Date: 04 April 2017
Venue: Watershed, Bristol
In the current climate of austerity combined with a strong anti Muslim sentiment, it is important to continue to demonstrate a commitment to the most vulnerable in society. Challenging the growing state accommodation of parallel legal systems based on Sharia or other religious codes is an important part of the commitment to equality before the law.
The speakers will contextualise these developments with the rise of political Islam and austerity and show how they not only limit women's access to the law but also the space for feminist dissent and solidarity.
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