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Sexworkers and alternative/inclusive pride activists join the gay pride march in Cape Town calling for diversity to be respected and South Africa's many cultures, races and backgrounds to be included in the annual pride parade; Pictured here outside the Sonke office on Adderley street. Photos from Lucinda van den Heever

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Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce

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Watch WNYC's Radio Rookies Reporter Destiny Mabry discuss teen dating violence with Tamron Hall on msnbc Newsnation http://on.msnbc.com/1Gp8l44 ... See MoreSee Less

In recognition of National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention month, several states make a final push to educate teens and young adults about dating violence. Supervising Attorney for “Da...

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As South Africa's Minister of Finance, Nhlanhla Nene, readies to address Parliament with his Budget Speech, hundreds are on the streets in Cape Town today, marching to Parliament, demanding a budget that puts the "people's needs" first.

The march, organised by the United Front, had several key messages, such as "People Before Profits", and calls for a "National Strategic Plan to End Gender-Based Violence" in South Africa.

Sonke and many of our partners (The GBV NSP Campaign Partners) are calling on President Zuma to immediately commit the money and political will to the development of a comprehensive national strategic plan to address gender-based violence that will strengthen both prevention and response.

Join our call for an #NSPNOW:

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Right2Know March Treatment Action Campaign Grassroot Soccer South Africa

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