Amnesty International South Africa in partnership with Canada Fund for Local Initiatives is looking for 10 passionate young activists from Alexandra and Orange Farm in Gauteng to deliver a fully funded GBV digital campaign.
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How the mines failed communities in the Sekhukhune region of South Africa
Amnesty International’s new investigation shows that the Israeli government imposes a system of oppression and domination against Palestinians across all areas under its control: in Israel and the OPT, and against Palestinian refugees, in order to benefit Jewish Israelis. This amounts to apartheid as prohibited in international law.
It’s time to make our voices heard. Access to basic services, such as water, sanitation and housing are the fundamental building blocks to an improved quality of life. Yet millions of people in South Africa don’t have access to these rights. #DignityNOW
In South Africa a woman is murdered every three hours. We need more people reporting crimes of GBV and calling out the toxic social and cultural norms that exist at every level of society.
Access to water is a constitutional right, not a privilege.
The historic inequalities in the education system are addressed and every learner in South Africa can enjoy the right to quality education without discrimination.
Join the movement of people who welcome refugees. Great things happen when people come together.
Today, people across the world are taking enormous risks to stand up for our rights.
They could be teachers, students, political opponents, factory workers, journalists, lawyers or so many others. But defending human rights can be a dangerous business.