Faith leaders, activists and members of MenEngage Africa network discuss Religion, Gender and Sexuality during five-day workshop

Participants from all over Africa gathered to interrogate the power religion has to influence societal norms and mindsets.

Joel Olloo, a participant from Kenya, gives feedback from his group's breakaway session.

About 25 faith leaders, activists and members of the MenEngage Africa network are currently participating in a five-day skills building and co-learning workshop under the theme “Religion, Gender and Sexuality”. The workshop, which started on Monday and will end on Friday, is organised by #SonkeGenderJustice (Sonke), #MenEngageAfrica, the #InstituteofDevelopmentStudies (IDS) and the #WitsCentreforDiversityStudies (WICDS). Participants have come from all over Africa, including from Burundi, Uganda, Kenya, Somalia, Malawi, Mozambique, Botswana, Swaziland, Zimbabwe and South Africa.

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