Although efforts to curb GBV are clearly visible in the work of government institutions and various civic organisations, meaningful and recognisable benefits of such efforts remain eclipsed by the high levels of GBV, particularly VAW, which continues to rise.
WHAT IS RIGHTFULLY DUE?
COSTING THE OPERATIONS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTERS
One in five South African women will experience violence at the hands of at least one of her intimate male partners over the course of her lifetime...
Book of WOMB
The Book of WOMB is a report of on an action research project on Justice and Women’s (JAW) work
against gender-based violence (GBV). It focusses on the work of the WOMB programme of JAW.
WOMB stands for Who Owns My Body.
In their voices
An analysis of the experiences of (trans) gender diverse people at 7 South African public institutions of higher learning.
LifeLine Pietermaritzburg opened in 1972 as an independent centre affiliated to LifeLine South Africa – a member of LifeLine International. In 1998, LifeLine Pietermaritzburg extended its scope to include programmes addressing the scourge of gender-based violence.
SAFFI Research Report
Gender-based Violence (GBV) against women and girls and Domestic Violence (DV) remain one of the most pervasive human rights violations of our time, and one of the biggest South African national problems. GBV is a recognised violation of basic human rights.
This report presents research findings of joint research conducted by the Rural Development Support Programme (RDSP) and Afri.Yze Consult (Pty) Ltd with a research grant by the Joint Gender Fund (JGF).
Report on RLs and FCE
Gender-based Violence (GBV) against women and girls and Domestic Violence (DV) remains one of the most pervasive human rights violations of our time, and one of the biggest South African national problems.
Verkragting en seksuele misbruik is ’n voortslepende krisis in ons gemeenskappe. Suid-Afrika het een van die hoogste syfers vir aangemelde verkragting in die wêreld.
Rape and sexual abuse is an ongoing crisis in our communities. South Africa has one of the highest rates of reported rape in the world.
Peto le tlhekefetso ka thobalano ke bothata bo ntseng bo tswella pele dibakeng tseo re dulang ho tsona. Afrika Borwa e na le se seng sa dikgahla tse hodimo haholo tsa ditlaleho tsa peto lefatsheng.
The aim of this study is manifold. Firstly, it is to give voice to the experiences, needs and wants of gender minorities at South African universities. Secondly, it is to evaluate the state of (trans)gender diverse affirming and inclusive infrastructure across South African universities.