The work of our partners and the MenEngage Uganda network in engaging men and boys to address HIV/AIDS is featured in Indiana University article.
Now more than ever we need clear and unequivocal action to advance women’s rights and to end violence against women and all forms of discrimination.
Sixty countries have co-sponsored these HRC resolutions yet South Africa has to date failed to indicate whether it will follow suit
View a schedule of events Sonke is to participate in at this year’s South African AIDS Conference.
75 years is too long to wait for gender equality in paid and unpaid work, reveals new global report on fatherhood.
Expressing gratitude to the late Dr Babatunde Osotimehin for his leadership and contributions toward gender equality.
Conference to sensitise MPs about the prevalence of Female Genital Multilation/Cutting in their countries.
The recommendation for on-going criminalisation of sex work is not based on evidence and does not respect sex workers’ human rights.
Namibian activist Tangeni John Ilovu takes over from previous co-ordinator James Itana.
Ugandan campaign aims to improve programmes to engage men to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030.
Following the deaths of Karabo Mokoena and Nosipho Mandleleni, Sonke renews its demand for a comprehensive NSPGBV.
Sonke continues its call on government to address causes of domestic and sexual violence.
MenEngage Africa partners with Channel Africa to produce content for two radio programmes to engage men and boys across Africa.
Letlhogonolo Mokgoroane and Ralph Madlalate have been awarded a fellowship from UCLA and Sonke.
Diverse development actors participate in workshop to map out tangible steps to increase women’s economic empowerment.
On the final day of the workshop, the partners learn how to align their programmes and activities with key advocacy issues.
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