R2K to march against GBV in three cities

R2K to march against GBV in three cities

The Right2Know Campaign will protest against gender-based violence (GBV) in Tshwane, Cape Town and Durban on Tuesday. 

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The protest, which forms part of the civil society group’s 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence campaign, will hand over a memorandum at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.


“In 2018, President Cyril Ramaphosa promised the nation to implement the Emergency Response Action Plan on Gender-Based Violence and Femicide, 2 years later, not much has been done, and womxn in South Africa still live in fear,” R2K said in a statement.

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“We have created an online petition to demand action. You have the power to hold your leaders accountable and urge the South African government to prioritize womxn and children 365 days a year, not just during the #16DaysOfActivism campaign.”  


The list of demands include the design of education programs to deal with the root cause of GBVF, the implementation ofthe emergency response plan on gender-based violence and femicide and for law enforcement agencies to prioritise GBV cases and improve the conviction rate in GBVF cases.

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