This is an academic website addressing the topic of Women in Religion. The purpose of this project is not to condemn the practices of any religion or denomination but to examine and understand the role of women in the church, the influence of society on women in religion, how far women have come and what the future holds for them in the context of religion.

The author Oladokun Damilola is a Multimedia Journalism student at Manchester Metropolitan University. She has a degree in Criminology and Journalism from Monash University South Africa. Her other publications include, Islamophobia, the interview of Lord Mandelson, the Big Chip Award, Make a difference award as well as Humanity in Public. She is currently a volunteer at Unity Radio. She worked as a student ambassador for her university. She belives in being the change you want to see.

See some of her works:


New Chancellor warns “Brexit” would threaten university funding

Faith In The World Explored At Humanity In Public Festival

Manchester Met students continue to make a difference outside the classroom

Digital industry shortlists Manchester Met students at Big Chip awards

Humanity Hallows

She can be contacted via:

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  • Email: Multinational Women Journalists
  • Email: Oladokun Damilola