Building on the success of Open Streets on Bree (Sunday 18 January 2015), this event will take place in the Langa Township.
Operation ke Molao is an initiative by the City of Johannesburg to rid its traffic intersections of window-washers, beggars and hawkers. The rationale behind this is that these individuals contribute to unsafe traffic intersections, resulting in Smash & Grabs and other crimes.
The Centre for Social Development in Africa (CSDA) presents their Quarterly Seminar by
Dr Deborah Gorman-Smith, speaking on youth violence prevention and the application of her research in South Africa.
The seminar seeks to give answers on the recent attacks of foreign owned businesses in South African Townships.
This seminar explores why less than 10% of sexual offences are reported to police in South Africa. It will look at the range of societal and institutional barriers.
SVRI Grant 2015 aims to support research or research related activities that will strengthen the evidence base for the prevention of sexual and intimate partner violence in low and middle income countries. The project should be for a maximum of 12 months duration. The grant is expected to cover all, or the majority of, the project costs. The common characteristic of these grants is the provision of limited funding for a short period of time with a clear measurable outcome. Grants to a maximum of USD100,000 may be awarded. Awards will only be made to institutions and not to individuals.
The Centre for Justice and Crime Prevention and African Policing Civilian Oversight Forum’s Consortium on Crime and Violence Prevention, together with other partners hosted a two and half day international dialogue on citizen safety and crime and violence prevention. Find all resources here!
On 11 December 2014 the WHO/UNDP/UNODC Global status report on violence prevention 2014 will be launched at a high-level event to take place in Egmont Palace, Brussels, hosted by the Government of Belgium on behalf of WHO.