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Education is key to lasting change
Welcome to the Press Red Digital Resource Centre. Working in partnership with other organisations, here you can find a range of videos, podcasts, books, and posters that you can use to raise awareness or find out more about gender-based violence. The Press Red Digital Resource center is a live, updatable site designed to highlight and showcase materials that can help equip and educate on gender-based violence. The Digital Resource Centre will grow as we add to it monthly. We hope you find the site useful and let us know what you would like to see in the centre via our contact page.
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My Disturbing, Gripping, Clarifying, Lockdown Read - By Rosemary Hack
I have never questioned it before. I have always accepted the fact that when I get behind the wheel of the car, I will have to pull the seat forward, sometimes as far as it will go, in order to reach the pedals. I’ve never questioned why, if I adjust the steering wheel to a comfortable height, do my knees bash against the steering column (and the rim of the wheel obscures the dashboard).
Natalie Collins – Power, Privilege and Patriarchy (Nomad Podcast)
Natalie Collins is a gender justice specialist, who speaks, writes and trains on issues of violence against women and wider gender injustice.
Roots & Fruits: Looking At The Causes And Consequences Of Abuse Against Women
Our 2020 Conference Speakers
Press Red Online Conference / 21 November 2020 / 10am to 4pm
Dr Elaine Storkey is a philosopher, sociologist, and theologian, who has held university posts at Kings College, London, Stirling, Oxford, and the Open University, in addition to visiting professorships in the USA and New Zealand. Elaine has also has lectured in Africa, Asia, Haiti and across Europe been involved with BBC and other broadcasting companies for 30 years. Her writing includes nine books and hundreds of journal articles.
Kevin (ThD Australian College of Theology) has studied in Australia, England and Germany. He is an ordained Anglican minister who was in parish ministry for forty years. He has published on Luke-Acts, the doctrine of the church, leadership in the apostolic age, the equality of men and women, the Trinity and subordinationism, and on many practical aspects of congregational life.
Esme is an ordained minister in the Full Gospel Church of God in South Africa. Is married to Theo and has a daughter Nadine and granddaughter Daniela. Much of her life she has been a justice activist firstly working against racial injustice in South Africa and then working in the Church as a gender justice advocate. She continues to make space for women’s voices to be engaged at all levels of church life around the world.
We believe that change is possible and can happen against all odds
As an umbrella charity, we tackle all of the different forms of worldwide violence against women, working as the first step in the process of individuals, churches, and organisations realising the scale of the abuse taking place and getting involved with specialist charities and experts to help make a difference.
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