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My Body, My Choice South Africa 3h
Join us for a Twitter chat tomorrow with , discussing Reproductive Justice and violence against women.
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SAfAIDS 3h
Day 2 of the second Technical Caucus for the Regional 'My Choice: Our Choice' Campaign on Ending Unsafe Abortions among adolescent girls and young women in the SADC region.
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Sonke 3h
WE’RE HIRING! Sonke is looking for a committed, suitably qualified and experienced individual to fill the position of Policy Development and Advocacy (PDA) Specialist. To learn more or to apply visit our website:
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MenEngage Africa 3h
In case you were wondering what means in the debate, here is a definition that might help us all understand it:
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SAfAIDS 22h
convening the second Technical Caucus for the Regional 'My Choice: Our Choice' Campaign on Ending Unsafe Abortions among adolescent girls and young women in the SADC region.
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Bafana Khumalo Jan 22
About 70k young women lost their lives due to unsafe abortions! Countries need to create conducive policy environment for access to healthly and safe abortion.
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Bafana Khumalo Jan 22
Comprehensive SRHR is a right and not a previledge. It is shortsighted for countries in our region especially to deny young women SHRH and a restricted access to services.
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Rutgers International Jan 20
“The local government has brought onboard institutions like the police & educators to . Thanks to there has been a big change.” Deputy Chief Edith Turyasasirwa on why Prevention+ works at different levels simultaneously in Bushenyi and the impact it’s had.
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Kayan Leung Jan 20
Attending the two day multi stakeholder consult on South Africa’s Beijing +25 progress
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OFM News Jan 6
10-days paid maternity leave is 'vital step forward' - Sonke Gender Justice
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Polity.org.za Jan 6
10-days paid maternity leave is 'vital step forward' – Sonke Gender Justice
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IOL News Jan 6
Sonke Gender Justice is preparing to head to the Constitutional Court in March where it will battle it out with President Cyril Ramaphosa.
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WPB Jan 7
South Africa - Sonke Gender Justice to take on Ramaphosa over Correctional Services Act
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SAfmRadio 📻 Jan 12
Replying to @SAfmnews @SABCnews
This relates to the Judicial Inspectorate of Correctional Services (JICS) which Sonke Gender Justice and Lawyers for Human Rights say does not comply with its mandate in the current form.
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SAfmRadio 📻 Jan 13
[Podcast] NGO heads wants apex court to declare parts of Correctional Services Act declared invalid. Earlier On with spoke to Zia Wasserman from activist group Sonke Gender Justice. Listen here:
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SAfmRadio 📻 Jan 12
Replying to @SAfmnews
This relates to the Judicial Inspectorate of Correctional Services (JICS) which Sonke Gender Justice and Lawyers for Human Rights say does not comply with its mandate in current form.
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Sonke Jan 13
WE’RE HIRING! Sonke is looking for a committed, suitably qualified and experienced individual to fill the position of Accountant. To learn more or to apply visit our website:
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SAfmRadio 📻 Jan 12
[ON NOW] Zia Wasserman from activist group Sonke Gender Justice which wants the Constitutional Court to confirm a Western Cape High Court ruling that has declared parts of the Correctional Services Act (111 of 1998) invalid.
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My Body, My Choice South Africa Jan 10
Take charge of your sexual health. Determine your story, your life, and your future.
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Sonke Jan 9
On September 5, 2019, the Western Cape High Court ruled that South Africa’s national prison oversight body, the Judicial Inspectorate for Correctional Services (JICS) lacked the requisite independence to adequately protect prisoners’ rights.
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