To empower African women to contribute their critical thinking and analysis with a view to advance current knowlodge. Theology, religtion and culture are the three chosen foci, which must be used as the framework for Circle research and publications.
The notion of enabling, fostering, and making it possible for African women to write, allowing their voices to be heard in theological literature that may serve their churches and universities as well as enrich the global conversation.
To undertake research, writing and publishing on African issues from women’s perspective.
From: Prof Musa W. Dube, Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians, Coordinator.
To: Members and Friends of the Circle of Concerned African Women TheologiansDate: 26/03/2021
Re: The 1st Woman Bishop of the Anglican Church in Kenya: Congratulations Bishop Emily Awino Onyango! Within this week, when we woke up to the presidency of Samia Suluhu...
he Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians (henceforth Circle), is a Pan-African academic association of women researching, publishing and interacting with communities on issues relating to religion/theology – all religions resident in the African continent and affecting women of African descent in the various African diasporas.
Founded in 1989 under the vision of Mercy Amba Oduyoye, the Circle’s main agenda was, and still is, to investigate how religions affect women’s lives and how they can be interpreted for the empowerment of women and their communities. The Circle, therefore, carries out academic research that seeks to have...
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