Articles & Opinion

World Refugee Day
20 Jun 17
  • Emery Jenson

World Refugee Day is an important time to remember the challenges that refugees in South Africa face. But it is also a time to reflect on the work being done to facilitate social cohesion, creating opportunities for refugees and South Africans to share, laugh, listen – and ultimately, to live together.

Itumeleng Komanyane
31 May 17
  • Itumeleng Komanyane

Komanyane attended the 61st session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women, the global intergovernmental body exclusively dedicated to the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women.

Sex Work
29 May 17
  • Marlise Richter

I am writing to you now that my fingers can type again after feeling numb with disbelief at the South African Law Reform Commission’s recommendations released just before the weekend.

Human Rights March
17 May 17
  • Angelica Pino

An insider’s feminist view on Sonke Gender Justice – Can a “men’s organisation” become an inclusive organisation implementing the strategy of engaging men and boys for gender equality?

Wisani
16 May 17
  • Nonhlanhla Skosana
  • Thabang Pooe

Patrick Wisani’s sentencing to 20 years in prison is little consolation for the loss of the life of a young woman – and the protracted case has only served to highlight the failures of a system in protecting women against GBV in South Africa.

Project Dignity
15 Mar 17
  • David Snetselaar

Many young women in SA cannot afford to buy sanitary pads and their schooling suffers as a result. Project Dignity, with the help of Sonke Gender Justice, is offering an alternative that will keep them comfortable, safe – and in school.

pollsmoor
13 Mar 17
  • Ariane Nevin

Ariane Nevin calls for further steps to be taken to mitigate the overcrowding of South Africa’s prisons.

Hate Speech
10 Mar 17
  • Zia Wasserman

Re-analysing hate speech as a product of socialisation.

Article Guilty Of Walking Home
8 Mar 17
  • Gadeeja Abbas

In the wake of the wave of xenophobic violence NGO Sonke Gender Justice tells the story of Lionnel Drench who fled the conflict in Congo Brazzaville.

Zuma
16 Feb 17
  • Marike Keller

Imagine if SONA actually was meaningful? By Marike Keller, Sonke Gender Justice.

Mining
8 Feb 17
  • Thabang Pooe

The most important people in mining will not be among the movers and shakers at the high-profile event this week.

19 Dec 16
  • Zia Wasserman

While it is important to acknowledge the very real and complex issues around the purchase and consumption of liquor, it is crucial to note the significant harms that are related to alcohol abuse.

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