Ke Nako! The 2016 edition of the annual national SADC Gender Protocol@work summits have been announced. They will be held between the months of October and November under a running theme dubbed, ‘SDG5@thecoalface: The SADC experience!’ The summits will showcase how local actions in eight SADC countries  are contributing to the achievement of goal five of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on gender equality.. READ MORE

Just after the reviewed Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) Gender Protocol; and a year into the implementation of the Sustainable Development goals, new baselines have been set for the localisation and implementation of these instruments within the tier of government closest to the masses, local councils and their communities. READ MORE

9 November: Instead of welcoming its first woman president, the world’s richest and most influential democracy has sent out the frightening message that strong men still rule the world despite the little chinks in the patriarchal armour that we’ve seen in recent years.Banners such as “she could not satisfy her husband, how can she satisfy America?” served as a reminder that misogyny in the USA runs deeper than even the legacy of slavery. READ MORE

From 2013 to 2015, Gender Links worked with 1500 survivors of gender violence in ten Southern African countries to reclaim their lives through a ground breaking life skills.BE PART OF THE CAMPAIGN

Ke Nako! The 2016 edition of the annual national SADC Gender Protocol@work summits have been announced. They will be held between the months of October and November under a running theme dubbed, ‘SDG5@thecoalface: The SADC experience!’ The summits will showcase how local actions in eight SADC countries  are contributing to the achievement of goal five of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on gender equality.. READ MORE

Just after the reviewed Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) Gender Protocol; and a year into the implementation of the Sustainable Development goals, new baselines have been set for the localisation and implementation of these instruments within the tier of government closest to the masses, local councils and their communities. READ MORE

9 November: Instead of welcoming its first woman president, the world’s richest and most influential democracy has sent out the frightening message that strong men still rule the world despite the little chinks in the patriarchal armour that we’ve seen in recent years.Banners such as “she could not satisfy her husband, how can she satisfy America?” served as a reminder that misogyny in the USA runs deeper than even the legacy of slavery. READ MORE

From 2013 to 2015, Gender Links worked with 1500 survivors of gender violence in ten Southern African countries to reclaim their lives through a ground breaking life skills.BE PART OF THE CAMPAIGN