New research shows that social cohesion can both prevent and enable violence in South African communities. This seminar will launch a special edition of South African Crime Quarterly that showcases the research and investigates the role of social cohesion and the related concept of collective efficacy in reducing violence.
The screening of the award winning documentary ” Dream Catcher” organised by Lesedi la batho in partnership with the Tri Continental Film festival, the French Embassy and the European Union Delegation to South Africa will be followed by a panel discussion between various stakeholders in the field of Gender Equality and Rights.
An information session for the Call for Proposals by The European Union Delegation to South Africa for projects aimed at strengthening the capacity of CSOs and networks offering young people opportunities to actively participate in governance, social development, sustainable and inclusive growth in South Africa.
The European Union Delegation to South Africa is seeking proposals for projects aimed at strengthening the capacity of CSOs and networks offering young people opportunities to actively participate in governance, social development, sustainable and inclusive growth in South Africa.
Gun Free South Africa, together with the African Policing Civilian Oversight Forum (APCOF) and the Institute for Security Studies (ISS), is hosting a seminar to explore whether gun control is the solution to reducing violent crime in South Africa.
This premier annual event brings together researchers, academics, policy makers and practitioners with an interest in criminology and associated disciplines to discuss research findings and exchange ideas.
The SVRI Forum 2015 brings together researchers, gender activists, funders, policy makers, service providers, practitioners and survivors from around the world and will showcase innovation to end sexual violence, intimate partner violence and child abuse, and strengthen responses to survivors in low and middle income countries. The SVRI Forum is a key platform for sharing research, innovation and networking.
South Africa has one of the highest rates of gender-based violence (GBV). Soul City Institute for Health and Development Communication has new research on its causes and what we can do to tackle the issue.
The aim of the colloquium is to develop a more comprehensive understanding of homicide (with a particular focus on South Africa). This event will seek to bring together researchers, those who work in the criminal justice and related sectors, policy makers and violence prevention practioners and activists.