Festus Kisa describes his experiences as an LGBTI activist attending the 2016 MenEngage Africa Training Initiative.
Patrick Godana was awarded this year’s Golden Key Award from the Golden Key International Honour Society. Read his speech from the event here.
Nabeelah Mia explores the potential benefits that alternatives to imprisonment provide for an already overburdened justice system.
On the anniversary of Sonke and Lawyers for Human Rights’ Pollsmoor overcrowding court victory, we should remember why the state of our prisons matter – and consider what we should be doing to improve conditions.
Despite the submission of formal complaints from civil society, Parliament remains mute on calls for Mduduzi Manana to be dismissed.
We are not going to deal with the issues of gender-based violence if we leave the boys behind. This is relevant when it comes to accessing health services and challenging norms.
Wessel van den Berg argues that the acquisition of parenting skills should not be a prerequisite for the ending of corporal punishment.
We cannot assume that someone who doesn’t speak up doesn’t have a story and isn’t a survivor.
Remarks by UN Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UN Women, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, for the inaugural Annual Sonke Lecture at Johannesburg.
One in three women is bound to experience violence at least once in her lifetime. A statistic that is so overwhelming that we – as a collective – are committed to changing.
We urgently need to employ the multiple strategies of evidence, action and accountability, writes Bafana Khumalo.
Making sex work safer can lead to less HIV infections and gender-based violence, studies have shown.
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