Name of Account: Social Justice Women NPC
Bank: First National Bank
Account Number: 62850584999
Branch Code: 211021
Swift Code: FIRNZAJJ
Unity of purpose against Gender-Based Violence
Social Justice Women emerged out of a pursuit to inspire and support communities, and a desire for actions to speak louder than words. We are an organization driven by progressive ideas, bold actions, and a strong foundation of support. Social Justice Women is a registered non-profit organisation based in the Eastern Cape Province in South Africa.
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GBV – Gender-Based Violence • IP – Intimate Partner • IPV – Intimate partner violence
Violence against Women and Girls
Gender based violence was already one of the greatest human rights violations. In 2020 243 million women and girls (aged 15-49) across the world have been subjected to sexual or physical violence by an intimate partner. This number is likely to grow with multiple impacts on women’s wellbeing, mental health, and their ability to participate and lead in the recovery of our societies and economy.
The increase in violence against women must be dealt with urgently with measures embedded in economic support. The Secretary General has called for all governments to make the prevention and redress of violence against women a key part of their national response plans for COVID-19.
Recent global trends have revealed that violence against women and girls (VAWG) worsening in the context of COVID 19. Sexual and gender-based violence is a phenomenon deeply rooted in gender inequality and continues to be the most notable human rights violations throughout the world in all societies. Women and girls are increasingly at risk in their homes as there is no assistance and services given to the victims and survivors of GBV throughout the year.
Thousands of pupils especially girls are expected to have given up on school after the lengthy closures last year. This puts further risks to young girls to gender based violence, rape and teenage pregnancy including forced marriage.
Stakeholder Involvement and Engagement
Partnership and networking with stakeholders and grass root community structures will be essential for information dissemination as well as building a social mass movement in the fight against Gender Based Violence and harmful practices.
- GBV Walk (walk in my shoes campaign)
- Educate girls of school going age about their rights and healthy relationships.
- Conduct self-empowerment initiatives for women and girls of school going age.
- Capacitating Gender Champions
- Production of Video skits
- Provisions for Virtual Webinars and Podcasts on GBVF
- Skills development on conflict resolution
- Power session for women to help them assert themselves at home, at work and in their communities
- Encourage to start small businesses to attain financial and economic independence.
- Ending teenage pregnancy programme especially focussing on school going girls and encouraging them to go back to school through finishing programs.
- Launch a public campaign to prevent and contain the spread of gender-based violence.
- Consult and work with other civil society organisations and OSISA in all initiatives to provide information to the public
- Make information available to the public in vernacular isiXhosa Language using accessible means, modes and formats, including internet, radio and text messages
- Ensure people with disabilities have access to information through sign language, closed captions, and other appropriate means.
Gallery of Events
Social Justice Women has worked tirelessly during this pandemic COVID 19 feeding the hungry, empowering jobless mothers and victims of domestic abuse to get back on their feet, along with job training, business development, workshops, prevention of teenage pregnancy and counselling.
Social Justice Women
Registration Number • 2019/215923/08
Tax Number • 9632394186
Contact Number • 082 479 9313
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