The Mail & Guardian and Soul City for Social Justice invite you to a critical thinking forum to discuss gender-based violence. The question posed is who is affected and what can we do about it? Join us for this dialogue.
The new season of Rise Talk Show sees four young women in their 20’s as hosts. Rise S2 will maintain the conversational tone whilst simplifying the technical and clinical terms addressed in Season 1.
On the 11th August, Soul City Institute for Health Communication changed to Soul City Institute for Social Justice and this was the beginning of our new and exciting journey. In its new incarnation, the Soul City Institute will continue to address social issues, now through the lens of how they impact on young women and girls, who’ve been identified as a severely at-risk population group.
Aurora Wind Power, a venture of ENGIE (formerly GDF SUEZ, France), Investec Bank Limited (RSA) and KTH (RSA), announced on 9th June 2015 that it had started commercial operation of the 94 MW West Coast 1 wind farm.
Over twenty years after it’s founding, one of South Africa’s foremost social justice communications organisations, the Soul City Institute, has shifted their focus to zone in on social justice for young women and girls and the communities in which they live.
Rape is not taken seriously and women who report such crimes are often victimised afterwards said young women attending a dialogue on violence at the Soul City Institute for Health and Development Communication as part of Youth Month activities.
The Department of Health has initiated the Girls and Young Women Campaign, to empower girls and young women. The campaign is informed by a report that suggests a disproportionate burden of HIV among adolescent girls and young women, between ages 15-24 years, in South Africa.
Join Soul City and ta panel of young women from #FeesMustFall, Rise Young Women's Clubs, and #RUReferenceList for a discussion on violence against women.
The Western Cape RISE members are collecting one million signatures against sexual violence. This is an advocacy campaign in connection with Sinoxolo Mafevuka’s rape & murder case
Rise Club chairperson, Zikhona Mbute, talks about being raped. She believes this will help others and will also help her to heal.