The European Network on Religion and Belief is pleased to announce that on 20th June 2022, under the Sahara Sisterhood project, an in-person event will take place in Brussels, open to women only.
This moment will be an opportunity to unite, share, build and strengthen the community. It will also be an opportunity to learn more about the Sahara Sisterhood project, which was initiated by All Faiths And None
Indeed, Sahara Sisterhood is a project ran by Navleen Kaur and Rose Codling that has been created to provide a safe and secure space for a way of living life with an embodied experience in modern times. The aim is to empower women and girls, allowing them to rise above the challenges of mental abuse, domestic violence, and trauma in all aspects of life. Sahara Sisterhood aims to strengthen and support the people who choose to embark upon this journey of self-expansion.
Sahara Sisterhood project is one of those ran by AFAN, a registered charity with a varied team consisting of people both religious – Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, and Pagan – and non-religious – Humanist and Atheist – committed to exploring faith, belief, and values within and across the diverse traditions. Among the objectives of AFAN: stimulate discussion, reduce intolerance, build mutual understanding, and encourage recognition of common values and unique differences.