ONE’s You Choose survey, conducted from January to June 2013, connected 100 000 South African Voices with United Nations Panel to influences the Post-2015 Development Agenda
The eighth issue of our Hands-on Learning Publication Issue 8 which documents what we and our partners are learning through implementation and research is available on our website. This issue, which you can access from our homepage by clicking on the 'Hands-on' button, includes reports on: Mother-infant booksharing: Stellenbosch University shares their implementation experience
When families and communities fail children, the government is left with the job of caring for them. Often non-governemental organisations (NGOs), such as Childline, carry out this responsibility - but they are struggling to survive. In Diepsloot, where the bodies of cousins Yonelisa Mali, two and Zandile Mali, three, were found in a public toilet this week - Childline could only field one social worker. The cousins' bodies were found near the spot where Anelisa Mkhondo, five, was found dumped and murdered last month.
In 1998, the Domestic Violence Act (DVA) was enacted to afford victims of domestic violence the maximum protection from domestic abuse that the law can provide. The DVA enables victims of domestic abuse to apply for a protection order against an abuser. While the Act is an impressive piece of legislation, public hearings on the Act in 2009 raised a number of concerns by civil society on the Act’s implementation.
Like it or not, hard times are good for you. The old truth that it builds character, is as valid today as it was years ago when our grandparents told us so. When I think back to the times when I was under pressure, to pass examinations, to submit reports on time, to make plans for the survival of Abraham Kriel Childcare, I experienced both pain and growth. I did not experience unhappiness. Abraham Kriel Childcare is currently going through a tough period. The situation has forced us to look critically at what we do and how we do it.
On International Translation Day (30 September 2013), we celebrated the invaluable role of children’s literature in translation in bringing children together through story. What greater hope could we have for our youngest citizens than that they grow up marvelling at and wanting more of the treasury of stories from the vast patchwork of world culture, past and present? Stories that have travelled and crossed borders through translation allow us all to discover what it means to be human, in both unique and shared ways.
Matla A Bana (MAB) aims to minimise the secondary abuse children suffer when they report crimes against them. This year MAB projects will help 20 000 children who report rape and crimes against them, through thier various projects. Child Friendly Facilities
Eligible nonprofit organisations in South Africa can now receive donated and newly discounted versions of Microsoft Office 365.
Dear MAN of South Africa, Brothers For Life in partnership with the South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) Men’s’ Sector invites you to join thousands of other South African men at the NOT IN MY NAME Men’s Rally on the 24 August 2013 at the Johannesburg Stadium with Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe.