Are you a young person running a project or intervention that contributes to gender-based violence and femicide (GBVF) prevention and enhancing community safety? We’re looking for you!
INDAWO is a gamified learning tool that promotes the co-designing process towards safer communities.
Personalising Public Space: What does it mean to you? We want to hear from you, how do you use and take ownership of your public space?
End Street North Park in Johannesburg was selected as a site for piloting a collaborative model for for designing, developing and managing inclusive and sustainable public parks. Five years since its completion in 2018 the park remains in flux.
The prioritisation of the topics of safety and Inclusion at schools in South Africa was boosted by the launching the National Inclusive and Safer Schools Partnership (NISSP) Strategy.
The first cohort of young people selected to participate in the second phase of the National Youth Resilience Initiative completed residential training in July 2023.
The training took place in Gauteng from 3-7 July and brought together 25 committed community champions from the Sedibeng region for training on building resilience in themselves and other young people in their communities.
The Open Streets Festival returned to KwaDukuza on KwaZulu-Natal’s north coast on Friday, 23 June 2023 to commemorate World Environment Day and envision the future of the city.
Whilst the open street event is used to bring awareness about inclusive urban mobility, it also presents an opportunity for the city to try something new. This year’s event will be used to trial out the idea of adapting King Shaka Street to create a public square in response to the newly built KwaDukuza Museum.
The experience of the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro offers valuable lessons on the challenges and opportunities which come with the implementation of an integrated approach to violence and crime prevention.