Today’s programme focuses on working with faith-based organisations to combat GBV and FGM.
Photos from the opening remarks at MenEngage Africa’s three-day Workshop.
Workshop to build strong partnerships for effective interventions engaging boys and men in achieving gender equality.
Sonke registers deep concern about the cabinet reshuffle announced by President Zuma just after midnight last night.
MenEngage Africa assists in giving faith leaders practical tools and concepts to address GBV in their communities.
Sonke Gender Justice and the South African National Taxi Council call on government to take swift action to ensure safety of women in the taxi industry.
Sonke thanks The Times their front page and online apology and note and appreciate their commitment to child rights.
Musa Hove – co-ordinator of MenEngage Zimbabwe – represents the organisation at CSW61.
Sonke Change Trial featured in The Economist.
Sonke commends the South African government’s stance on gender equality.
MenEngage Africa and UNFPA invite you to join us for a panel discussion on “Moving from Rhetoric to Accountability – Work with Men and Boys on the Abandonment of FGM.”
South African citizens are beginning to investigate what it means to be a man in their country.
We call on government and civil society to increase investment in containing violence, and to put long-term measures in place to prevent and address violence and hostility.
CSOs and concerned citizens address letter to the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights asking them to take measures against xenophobia.
Sonke and SANTACO have launched the Safe Ride Campaign to stop GBV in the taxi industry and promote safety of passengers, writes Siyavuya Khaya on iol.co.za.
Campaigners, government officials and community elders take part in conference to end female genital mutilation and cutting.
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