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Enough talking on Gender Based Violence. Now it’s time for action

Civil Society Organisations working on Gender Based Violence (GBV) express concern at the slow pace at which the Presidency is addressing issues identified at the Gender Based Violence and Femicide Summit.

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Using multimedia as a tool for advocacy, Not Yet Uhuru aims to generate content and encourage conversations to shift social norms in favour of gender equality, contributing to feminist-movement building & social action in South Africa.

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Using a combination of mass media, social mobilisation and advocacy, we aim to improve the quality of life and health of young women and girls and the communities they live in, in Southern Africa through advancing substantive gender equality (equity) based on active citizenship and principles of feminism and social justice. It is driven by the recognition that women's rights are human rights and are fundamental to health and development.

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Our Rise Girls honour the extraordinary women whose shoulders we stand upon.

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1 350

Soul Buddyz Clubs Across SA

30 000

Young women in Rise Clubs

2 001

Rise Clubs for young women

5 year project to eliminate violence against children

Political advocacy training for young women

150 000

children reached annually by Soul Buddyz

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