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Working with key stakeholders and partners, we collect data and gather evidence through programme evaluations that enhance our programs, activities and the operating standards of the organisation. We also conduct research on laws and frameworks that deal with the elimination of violence and abuse against women and children and consequently guide our programmes.  

As part of our public education and outtreach we regularly produce posters and public service announcements that call on communities to know the signs of domestic violence or abuse and to report all forms of abuse. Those affected are provided with information on where to seek help.


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Ilitha Labantu Toolkit

Volume 1 - 2020

Our guide to understanding and reporting sexual violence; and supporting victims and survivors.

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Generation Equality Report


Report of the Civil Society consultative forum held in preparation of the 64th session of the Commission on the Status of Women.

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International Conference Report


Report from the International Conference on ensuring access to justice for victims of violence and abuse: Rule of Law in Action.

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Ilitha Labantu Toolkit on Public Prosecutors


Our guide to understanding the role of public prosecutors and ensuring they uphold their constitutional and ethical duties and contribute to creating safer communities.

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Beijing +25 consultative forum Generation Equality:
Realising Women’s Rights for an Equal Future


Report back of the Beijing +25 consultative meeting held in preparation for the sixty fourth session of the United Nation’s Commission on the Status of Women (UN CSW64).


This is an Accepted Manuscript of an

article published by Taylor & Francis in Agenda

special issue Beijing+25 on 1 July 2021, available at:





Domestic Violence Amendment Bill and the Criminal Law Amendment Bill


9 October 2020



Victims Support Services Bill


7 October 2020

  Green Paper on Marriages in South Africa


30 June 2021

Commission on the Status of Women Sixty-Sixth session (CSW 66) 


1 December 2021

The South African Law Reform Commission - Project 100: Domestic Violence: The Criminal Law Response


28 Fenruary 2022

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