Living with Dignity: African Perspectives on Gender Equality (Eds) Elna Mouton, Getrude Kapuma, Len Hansen, Thomas Togom
This publication received the Andrew Murry-Desmond Tutu prize. Elize Morkel, our chairperson, had the privilege of participating together with 19 other theologians from across Africa in the writing of this publication. We are immensely grateful that this book about gender equality and human dignity is receiving this award. Best news is that the whole book is available on-line. You can download it here.
This is what the Andrew Murray-Desmond Tutu Fund chairperson wrote about this publication:
The publication Living with Dignity – African Perspectives on Gender Equality from Sun Press will receive the Andrew Murray Desmond Tutu prize this year.The editors are Elna Mouton and Len Hansen from the Faculty of Theology, Stellenbosch University, Getrude Kapuma from Malawi and Thomas Togom from Kenya.
This project involved more than twenty scholars from across Africa to discuss important issues of gender equality and human dignity in Africa from different perspectives.
Dr Frits Gaum, chairperson of the Andrew Murray Prize Fund, says: ” The judges believe that this publication will make a major contribution to shaping African thinking about these issues and that this approach, thinking and writing together, will pave the way for future theological and academic co-operation in Africa.”
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