Human Rights

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Thursday, 30 April, 2015 - 09:19
South Africa should work towards ending child trafficking and other practices that contribute to the violation of girls’ rights 
loveLife, an NGO, is saddened by the ongoing xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals living in South Africa
South Africa should work towards tackling xenophobia, which reinforces the stereotype that the country remains hostile towards foreign national
The TAC focuses on the challenges for 2015 and also ways in which it plans to tackle those that continue to characterise South Africa’s health system  
African leaders should utilise their bi-annual African Union summit as an opportunity to tackle challenges facing the continent
The South African National NGO Coalition reacts to the recent xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals and the looting of their shops in Soweto and other communities in Gauteng 
Women’s willingness to abandon their abusive partners could go a long way in freeing them from various forms of gender-based violence
South Africans should have the courage to utilise Chapter 9 Institutions to hold both the public and private sectors accountable inorder to enjoy their constitutional rights
Governments across the SADC region should work with all stakeholders to eliminate all forms of violence against women and children
The South African LGBTI community mourns the passing of Gerald Kraak, who contributed to the advancement of sexuality and gender rights, which were often overlooked by most donors
In a democratic state, government cannot utilise state apparatus to deny communities their right to protest and also to harass and intimidate them for advocating for socio-economic development 

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