Ending violence, discrimination and harassment in the workplace is a union issue.
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Gender-based violence in the healthcare sector is a priority issue. How are unions in South Africa responding?
Against daunting odds, a remarkable exception has emerged in the Vaal region of Gauteng Province where community members are working together to end gender-based violence.
This paper looks at how the Letsema Project (a collective impact initiative) contributed to changing norms that reproduce gender-based violence in the Vaal in Gauteng Province of South Africa.
The latest crime statistics show our society is becoming more violent, and the poor are most affected. Unbowed by the violence, here’s how one community is responding.
Learn how we are supporting health union responses to gender-based violence in South Africa
The Meadowlands Clinic Pilot Project brought together all stakeholders involved in the health system in one locality to take up actions that will collectively impact on reducing the high levels of gender-based violence.
We support the efforts of trade unions in the health sector to end gender-based violence in the health system.
We support the struggle by activists to create zero percent Gender-Based Violence (GBV) in communities in South Africa.
The stories in this book are written by the participants of Letsema, our inspiring collective impact initiative for ending gender-based violence in the Vaal in Gauteng province.