Press Releases

Press Releases

Date publishedsort icon Organisation
15/06/2011 Trauma Nexus Book Launch: A Sensible Vision - A Practical Model to Efficiently Support People to Put Trauma behind Them
15/06/2011 Earthlife Africa Johannesburg, groundWork South Africa's High Carbon Emission Negotiators, UNFCCC Failing
15/06/2011 Women'sNet Out With Outoilet!
13/06/2011 The Presidency President Zuma Appoints Four Members to the SABC Board
13/06/2011 Media Development and Diversity Agency Untimely death of Harry Letsebe, former MDDA Programmes Director
10/06/2011 Lesbian and Gay Equality Project For Democracy, Human Rights and Queer Equality in Zimbabwe
09/06/2011 Praekelt Foundation YoungAfricaLive Youth Sex Survey
09/06/2011 Namibia’s National Society for Human Rights Concern About Kaarando’s Personal Security
09/06/2011 ACTION Support Centre Civil Society Mass Rally and March in Sandton
09/06/2011 CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation Negative Fallout of South African Secrecy Bill Could Affect Entire Continent
09/06/2011 Swaziland Democracy Campaign Swaziland Democracy Campaign Supports Civil Society Mass Rally and March for Democratic Zimbabwe Elections
08/06/2011 CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation Civil Society Organisations Urge Human Rights Council to Condemn Crackdown in Bahrain and Yemen
08/06/2011 Inyathelo - The South African Institute for Advancement Civil Society Support for the Needy Under Threat
06/06/2011 Gugulethu Anti-Eviction Campaign Intimidation and Death Threats Against Somalian Traders in Gugulethu
06/06/2011 GreaterGood South Africa GreaterGood South Africa Appoints New Chief Executive Officer
06/06/2011 loveLife Young Filmmakers Explore the Challenge of Growing Up in Mzansi Today
03/06/2011 Gugulethu Anti-Eviction Campaign The Yearly Rains Return and Re-flood Informal Settlements and Backyards
03/06/2011 Western Cape Anti-Eviction Campaign Anti-Eviction communities join the Mitchell's Plain Backyarders at the High Court
03/06/2011 SOS: Support Public Broadcasting Coalition SOS Welcomes Minister’s Schedule to Launch Broadcasting Policy Review
01/06/2011 Treatment Action Campaign, SECTION27 The Protection of Information Bill is Unconstitutional and Anti-Democratic
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