16 Days of Activism to End Gender-Based Violence - Listen to our podcast!

  • Crossroads : Women’s Rights Drama (Episode 1)

     
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    When a market trader becomes frustrated with the local police inspector who is more interested in lining his pockets than finding her missing daughter, a magic drink causes the two to switch bodies-with hilarious results and eye-opening perspectives.

    December 1, 2014


  • Crossroads : Women’s Rights Drama (Trailer)

     
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    When a market trader becomes frustrated with the local police inspector who is more interested in lining his pockets than finding her missing daughter, a magic drink causes the two to switch bodies-with hilarious results and eye-opening perspectives.

    December 1, 2014


  • Together We Can End Human Trafficking – Knowing the signs

     
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    Two young women recognise that a human trafficker in their midst, thanks to information provided to them through community outreach.

    December 1, 2014


  • Together We Can End Human Trafficking – Taxi Driver

     
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    A taxi driver realises he did nothing to prevent a young women from being trafficked, and vows to never let it happen again.

    December 1, 2014


  • Mahlabathe Speaks! Radio Drama (Episode 2)

     
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    Lerato is scared and running. A city girl through and through, she finds herself in the middle of a rural village. Her newfound friends Ntomb'entle and Busisiwe have their own problems. Living with HIV, Ntomb'entle disclosure results in violence from husband and family, while Busisiwe finds her voice to speak out on what she thinks is right. When women's voices are raised, things will never be the same again.

    December 1, 2014


  • Mahlabathe Speaks! Radio Drama (Episode 1)

     
    00:00

    Lerato is scared and running. A city girl through and through, she finds herself in the middle of a rural village. Her newfound friends Ntomb'entle and Busisiwe have their own problems. Living with HIV, Ntomb'entle disclosure results in violence from husband and family, while Busisiwe finds her voice to speak out on what she thinks is right. When women's voices are raised, things will never be the same again.

    December 1, 2014


  • Mahlabathe Speaks! Radio Drama (Trailer)

     
    00:00

    Lerato is scared and running. A city girl through and through, she finds herself in the middle of a rural village. Her newfound friends Ntomb'entle and Busisiwe have their own problems. Living with HIV, Ntomb'entle disclosure results in violence from husband and family, while Busisiwe finds her voice to speak out on what she thinks is right. When women's voices are raised, things will never be the same again.

    December 1, 2014


  • Dangerous Borders: Vulnerable in Transit (Episode 3)

     
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    This 3-part series of short radio dramas highlights factors that make refugees and migrant communities vulnerable to sexual violence as well as challenges for accessing care and treatment services. While all women and girls face challenges reporting any kind of violence, refugees and migrants face added barriers of language, lack of knowledge of local systems and rights, not knowing where to go, few support systems, and at times xenophobic responses.

    December 1, 2014


  • I have the right: Reporting a Case (Episode 2)

     
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    This 3-part series of short radio dramas highlights factors that make refugees and migrant communities vulnerable to sexual violence as well as challenges for accessing care and treatment services. While all women and girls face challenges reporting any kind of violence, refugees and migrants face added barriers of language, lack of knowledge of local systems and rights, not knowing where to go, few support systems, and at times xenophobic responses.

    December 1, 2014


  • Leaving Home: Facing Sexual Harassment (Episode 1)

     
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    This 3-part series of short radio dramas highlights factors that make refugees and migrant communities vulnerable to sexual violence as well as challenges for accessing care and treatment services. While all women and girls face challenges reporting any kind of violence, refugees and migrants face added barriers of language, lack of knowledge of local systems and rights, not knowing where to go, few support systems, and at times xenophobic responses.

     

    December 1, 2014


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