South Africa’s first national child homicide study conducted in 2009, established for the first time the relationship between child homicide and fatal child abuse in the country. This finding has increased efforts to promote the introduction of child death review teams in South Africa, so as to ensure that a comprehensive review is automatically done […]
Tags: Enabling Communities, Inclusive, Violence against women and children, Violence and abuse of women and children
Posted on 2 June 2014 under Hands-on Issue 10 (Jan-Apr 2014), Hands-on Learning Briefs, Learning Briefs: Inclusive, Enabling Communities, What we've learned.
In Cape Town, we pride ourselves on knowing the number of people who use the Aerial Cableway annually, to reach the top of Table Mountain – recently named among the New7Wonders of Nature. With the City having recently taken the top spot on the New York Times’ list of 52 places to visit in 2014, […]
Tags: Inclusive, Enabling Communities, Prevention of fatal child abuse, Violence and abuse of women and children
Posted on 31 March 2014 under DGMT Points of Interest, Inclusive, Enabling Communities.
Mosaic, an NGO specialising in the field of gender-based violence, recently released a short and informative report in which they give feedback on the South African DOVA workshop (download the report here). This document reports on strategic conversations of NGOs working to address the problem of domestic violence in South Africa. According to this […]
“Do you remember that horrific picture in the Cape Times last year, of a terrified man kneeling in front of a crowd in Khayelitsha preparing to necklace him? As if that scene wasn’t bad enough, the really bone-chilling stuff was happening behind him, where mothers stood holding the hands of their toddlers as they too […]
This morning I received a concept document by the Parliamentary Millennium Programme for events in Cape Town to support the international One Billion Rising Campaign. The statistics cited in the document made me choke in my coffee. According to the United Nations 1 in 3 women on the planet will be beaten or raped during […]