UN 16 Days Of Activism – Day 14: Deborah Kahn-Harris
The Shiloh Project is a joint initiative set up by staff from the Universities of Sheffield, Leeds and Auckland (NZ).
It is committed to fostering research into the phenomenon of rape culture, both throughout history and within contemporary societies across the globe. In particular, it will investigate the complex and at times contentious relationships that exist between rape culture and religion, considering the various ways religion can both participate in and contest rape culture discourses and practices.
UN 16 Days Of Activism – Day 14: Deborah Kahn-Harris: