2076 people have taken a pledge to end sexual violence

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Prevalent in conflict, sexual violence is common within communities worldwide – but as an issue it remains largely hidden. Women, girls, men and boys are all at risk of sexual violence. As a coalition, We Will Speak Out are committed to working together to end sexual violence. Read more
Delhi Declaration and Call to Action from the 2nd Global MenEngage Symposium held in 2014 in India.
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    • Men of Honour Meeting. 9/6/2017

      Almost 50 men signed the WWSOSA Pledge to speak up against sexual and gender based violence. We have received positive reviews from the men who attended. My team members have gone on to say that this is the best network we’ve ever had in the 3 years we’ve been working together. The feeling we all […]

    • Stories Of Change: South African Survivors of Sexual and Gender Based Violence Speak Out.

      Survivors of sexual and gender-based violence are central to We Will Speak Out SA. A programme funded by Amplify Change  is documenting stories of Most Significant Change (MSC) of the survivors and survivor champions since joining support groups initiated by Tearfund SA. In addition to this formal process, we would also like to share some […]

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    • A Groundbreaking Initiative for Survivors of Sexual and Gender-based Violence

      28th November, 10am-4 pm, at Glen Ridge Church For the first time, and as part of the KwaZulu-Natal Premier’s programme for 16 days of activism, religious fraternities and key stakeholders will have a chance to engage with survivors of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) on their experiences when seeking support from them. An event is […]

    • We Will Speak Out at Sizimbokodo Meeting. 14/6/2017

      We Will Speak Out South Africa, together with women from many different NGOs, faith organizations and activist groups came together yesterday to discuss actions they will take to address the pandemic proportions of violence against women and LGBTIAQ people in South Africa. This meeting was organized by a new social movement— Sizimbokodo. The movement is […]

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