If you are interested in being part of a small group of women from diverse religions and cultures coming together to share about what head covering means to them, we'd love to hear from you!
This is a great opportunity not only to share your experiences, but to engage in dialogue, hear the stories of those around you, and collectively challenge stereotypes.
Participants will attend 4 storytelling workshops during March 2017, giving them the chance to get to know their fellow storytellers, build up ideas and confidence, and practice telling their story. They will then have the opportunity to share their story at a special final event that will take place during Islam Awareness Week (27th March – 2nd April) 2017.
***Please note that spaces are limited and participants will be selected in order to ensure a mix of women of diverse ages and backgrounds***.
Please register your interest by completing the form below and we will be in touch with further information.
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This initiative follows two successful Sharing Stories projects run by Interfaith Glasgow where people from diverse religious backgrounds came together to work collaboratively in developing their stories about their faith before sharing them with a wider audience. It also draws inspiration from a similar project run by The Muslim Women's Council in Bradford (see: www.muslimwomenscouncil.org.uk/head-covering-book/)