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Equipping Media Advocates for Human Rights and Religious Freedom

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Date: January 21
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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High restrictions on freedom of religion and belief affect 80 percent of the world’s population. Limitations on people of faith (and no faith) is growing around the globe. This leads to lack of morale and innovation. Creative entrepreneurship increases when people don’t fear backlash. Discover how to use your magazine to promote mutual respect among different backgrounds, traditions, and world views.

In this free online workshop, Shirin Taber, director of the Middle East Women’s Leadership Network and Empower Women Media, will discuss how media advocates can promote human rights and freedom of belief that can lead to thriving communities.

A good accompaniment to this live workshop is Shirin’s e-course “Live What You Believe.” You can register for her e-course for free by using this scholarship code: LWYB2020.

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Trainers

Shirin Taber is Iranian-American and directs the Middle East Women’s Leadership Network and Empower Women Media. She is the author of Muslims Next Door and the co-author of Islam and North America. With a background in ministry and cross-cultural training, Shirin assists multiple organizations in faith-based initiatives. The Los Angeles Times, Detroit Free Press, NYTimes.com, Christianity Today, and Fox News have featured her writing and work among Muslims and Christians alike. She helped co-produce the Magdalena film which has been viewed by millions in the MENA region. Additionally, she serves as a mentor for female leaders in Tunisia through the George W. Bush Institute. Today she partners with NGOs and faith-based organizations to promote women’s rights, peace building, and religious freedom. She is a graduate of the University of Washington and is fluent in English, French and Farsi. In 2020, she began her doctorate focused on the intersection of women’s right and religious freedom.