For this weekend only, you can watch Miners Shot Down on YouTube. This film is incredible, enraging, painful, but most of all necessary. It is necessary to watch and reflect on our own relations to capital. It is necessary to watch and reflect on culpability, accountability, state violence, and the state of our freedom. Please watch it.
Lack of media attention can have serious consequences for female athletes, such as fewer sponsors because they don’t get much media, which means less pay. For some teams that even means unequal treatment in terms of transport. It’s time our sport-inclined sisters broke through that glass stadium roof and they can’t do it on their own. Lizl Morden looks at sports gender inequality.
Domestic violence is the most common form of violence experienced by South African women, yet the State is withdrawing financial support for organisations supporting women. What happens to those who can't access those services? Jen Thorpe explores the issue.
The 2nd MenEngage Global Symposium- Men and Boys for Gender Justice will be held in New Delhi, India from 10th- 13th November 2014. We are pleased to announce that the deadline for submission of abstracts has been extended to 15 June 2014.
The Constitution says in section 26(3): “No one may be evicted from their home, or have their home demolished, without an order of court made after considering all the relevant circumstances.”