Events – Sexual violence

Find out about events such as conferences, seminars or trainings that relate to community safety. If you would you like to promote your event, write to contact@saferspaces.org.za.

Sexual violence – Events

Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Awareness Workshop (Cape Town)
27 – 28 Jul 2017 | National Institute Community Development and Management (NICDAM) in collaboration with Mfundo Conferencing | Cape Town

This training is aimed at building the capacity and commitment of participants to undertake programs targeted at eradicating GBV and to develop a new movement for gender equality.

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Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Awareness Workshop (Johannesburg)
20 – 21 Jul 2017 | National Institute Community Development and Management (NICDAM) in collaboration with Mfundo Conferencing | Johannesburg

This training is aimed at building the capacity and commitment of participants to undertake programs targeted at eradicating GBV and to develop a new movement for gender equality.

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Men's Dialogue: Stand Up against Gender Oppression - Build a Non-Sexist Society
13 Jun 2017 | Office of the Speaker of Rustenberg Local Municipality and the Progressive Professionals Forum North West | Rustenberg

The Office of the Speaker of Rustenberg Local Municipality and the Progressive Professionals Forum (PPF) North West invites SAPS members to participate in ‘‘Men’s Dialogue: Stand Up against Gender Oppression - Build a Non-Sexist Society’‘. SAPS members are invited to present their statistics on child and women abuse in Rustenburg and provide insights on what men can do to stop violence against women.

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SVRI Forum 2015: Innovation & Intersections
14 – 17 Sep 2015 | Sexual Violence Research Initiative (SVRI) | Spier 1692, Stellenbosch

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.

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