Sonke Newsletter 1

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Case study: One Man Can campaign
1 Dec 08

Many men are socialised to believe that being a man means that they should be aggressive, never back down from conflict, have multiple sexual partners, drink lots of alcohol and call the shots in their relationships with women. In addition, many men ar …

Message from the National Chairperson of the SANAC Men’s Sector
13 May 11

Over the last year and a half, the Men’s Sector has grown in leaps and bounds. We have really knuckled down to contribute to the achievement of the National priorities relating to HIV Counselling and Testing, the introduction of Male Circumcision, the …

SANAC Men’s Sector Partners Profile
13 May 11

This is the first a series of articles aimed at introducing organisations working with men. ADAPT Based within the Alexandra Township, the organization is concerned particularly by the black community family structure that has been historically most af …

SANAC Leadership
14 May 11

Name/Surname Photo Contact Email SANAC Chairperson & Chief Executive Officer: Hon Kgalema Motlanthe Fax: 086 620 5053 SANAC Deputy Chairperson Tel: 011 356 4100 Fax: 011 339 4311 …

Children speak out: a case study of the PhotoVoice project
1 Dec 08

In June 2008, the Sonke Gender Justice, with support from UNICEF, launched its PhotoVoice project with 20 children at Mphathesitha High School in Nkandla, KwaZulu-Natal. In a four-day workshop, the children were taught how to take photographs and write …

Appointment of the Men’s Sector Co-ordinator
14 May 11

Ps Mbulelo Dyasi Effective from 1 March 2011, Mbulelo Dyasi was appointed SANAC Men’s Sector coordinator, based at Sonke Gender Justice. Mbulelo has worked for various renowned NGO’s engaging communities on issues of peacelessness in families, HIV and …

Meet the Editorial Team
14 May 11

The editorial team for the SANAC Men’s Sector National Newsletter Desmond Lesejane Thami Nkosi Hayley Thomson Mbulelo Dyasi Mwendabai Yeta …

Using the 2010 Football World Cup to engage boys and men to achieve gender equality
1 Dec 08

Sport has emerged recently as a way to tackle a range of development-related issues such as peace building, post-disaster relief and health promotion. Sonke co-hosted a meeting in Cape Town in July to look at the use of sport to promote social change. …

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