Civil society organisations band together to demand justice for the South African government’s failure to detain Al-Bashir.
Mozambique’s successful abolishment of colonial-era anti-homosexuality laws provides an example for all African countries to follow.
Patrick Godana is scheduled as a guest star on three different radio stations throughout this week, discussing GBV and fatherhood.
Invitation to meeting and march – to be attended by Sonke staff – in protest of government corruption.
Sonke Gender Justice and other civil society organisations call for justice following Al-Bashir’s unhindered exfiltration from South Africa.
Sonke presents findings from a study that links community mobilisation to an increase in HIV testing within the community.
At the beginning of the annual 16 Days of Activism Against Violence on Women and Children in 2014, Sonke, together with a coalition of 20 civil society organisations, took to the streets to demand that the president of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, allocate a budget to fund and support the development of a comprehensive National Strategic Plan (NSP) on gender-based violence (GBV) that will address both prevention and response mechanisms. These pictures were taken at these mobilisation campaigns held across the country.