Economies of Violence

Recognising the multiple factors which shape access to justice such as gender, religion, race and class, the Desmond Tutu Centre for Religion and Social Justice annually convenes a public lecture on the theme of Economies of Violence.

Desmond Tutu: Spirituality, Social Justice and Leadership

King’s College London (KCL) and the University of the Western Cape (UWC) hosted an online colloquium, ‘Desmond Tutu: Spirituality, Social Justice and Leadership’ on 6 April […]

Religious “Software” Supporting and Maintaining the Occupation in Palestine

  On 15 June 2021, Sarojini Nadar, the Director of the Centre, moderated an international webinar that focused on the ways in which selected Christian beliefs […]

#MeToo At What Cost?: The Role of Culture and Religion in Policing Women’s Voices and Bodies

First Annual Women’s Month Public Lecture: The Role of Culture and Religion in Policing Women’s Voices and Bodies

Freedom of Religion and Living Together

A public lecture delivered by Sohail Wahedi

Reimagining Christianity, Sexuality and Social Justice in Africa

Speakers: Dr Adriaan van Klinken and Ashwin Thyssen

First Annual ‘Remembering Marikana’ Lecture

Speaker: Prof Tinyiko Maluleke

Gender, Religion and Sexuality Conference

This conference hosted by the School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics at the University of KwaZulu- Natal aimed to bring together scholars and civil society, whose work touched on issues related to gender, religion, and sexuality.