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Ilitha Labantu
Non-Profit Organisation; Promoting Women Rights; Eliminating Violence against Women and Children; providing free counselling and legal advise;
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UN Women South Africa 13h
Congratulations Zozibini and from all of us !👏🏿👏🏾👏🏽 Continue to shine your bright light all over the world as you use this global platform to champion the rights of women and girls.
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Ilitha Labantu Dec 5
As part of our 30th anniversary in partnership with & AWIF is delighted to announce that Executive Director for the , will deliver the 1st Ilitha Labantu Annual Lecture on Friday December 2019 at the Granger Bay Hotel, Cape Town.
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Global Fund for Women Dec 4
As a part of , (a grantee partner) hosted a conference on justice for victims of violence against women. The South African gov't announced a focus on women with disabilities for their strategic plan against GBV.
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Ilitha Labantu Dec 4
It is our responsibility to protect children from the cruelty of this world. In spite of the progress that we have made as a nation, we seem to be taking two steps forward and ten steps backwards.
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Natalie Malgas Dec 4
[WATCH] Last week brought you the story of a Nyanga teen sexual assaulted by a teacher during a school outing. The community feels Western Cape Education has been slow to take action.
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Ilitha Labantu Dec 3
There is something horribly wrong going on in our country, it is by no coincidence that women and girl children are brutalized on a daily basis, this violence is systemic and it is underpinned in the culture of misogyny, toxic masculinity and patriarchy.
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Ilitha Labantu Dec 3
We certainly cannot claim to be making any real progress as a democracy when our women are being preyed upon on a daily basis. We need to put an end to this senseless violence
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UN Women South Africa Dec 3
Women with disabilities are at a higher risk of being victims of gender-based violence in South Africa. Let's take an intersectional approach to ending violence against women and girls.
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Ilitha Labantu Dec 3
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Women's Legal Centre Dec 1
Womxn reclaiming the streets.
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UN Women Dec 1
For women living with HIV, communities can provide vital support, but also can be a source of stigmatization & discrimination. This can put women & girls at greater risk for HIV and creates barriers to access to services:
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Ilitha Labantu Nov 30
Prejudice is the child of ignorance, lets end the stigmatization and discrimination which continues to undermine prevention, treatment and care for those living with HIV/AIDS.
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Ilitha Labantu Nov 30
Take Back The Night March 2019 themed "Reclaiming Our Streets", taking a stand against violence and abuse of our women & children.
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Ilitha Labantu Nov 29
Take Back The Night March 2019 themed "Reclaiming Our Streets", taking a stand against violence and abuse of our women & children.
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Ilitha Labantu Nov 29
Take Back The Night March 2019 themed "Reclaiming Our Streets", taking a stand against violence and abuse of our women & children.
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Ilitha Labantu Nov 29
Take Back The Night March 2019 themed "Reclaiming Our Streets", taking a stand against violence and abuse of our women & children.
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Ilitha Labantu Nov 29
If the world could go crazy over the issue of violence against women & children as much as it does over the world would be a much better place.
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Ilitha Labantu Nov 28
Day 3 of the International Conference, Emma Revald doing a recap of the previous days events
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Ilitha Labantu Nov 28
Join us today at our annual Take Back The Night March themed “Reclaiming Our Streets” a call to action to end violence against women & children. 29 Nov 2019, Gugulethu,18h00 till late
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