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Opening of ‘A Knot a Day’ at Glasgow’s Tramway

On 3rd of September, a soundscape created by a group of Muslim women was opened to the public with the aim of exploring the forces of Jinn and black magic, which many Muslims believe to possess people and cause mental illness. The exhibition, created by AMINA Muslim Women’s Resource Centre in partnership with Awards For All, was inspired by a report by the UWS-Oxfam Partnership published earlier in 2019. Dr Darryl Gunson, one of the report’s authors, joined a discussion panel at the exhibition opening to speak about the research project findings.

Also see here for news reporting on the exhibition.