Southern Africa: Drumming for gender justice

Southern Africa: Drumming for gender justice

Date: September 9, 2014
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Johannesburg, 29 May: At a drumming circle and candle light vigil held on at the SADC Gender Protocol Summit, gender activists were drumming for gender justice, including the rescue of the Nigerian girls, 5050, a strong post 2015 agenda, an end to gender based violence and the protection of LGBTI rights.

Roseta Sebapu reporting for Gender Links News Service spoke to Edward Jantjies- Director of Corporate Services in the Mossel Bay Municipality; Lloyd Phiri head of news at MIJ FM in Malawi; Lucia Makamure Gender Links Alliance Officer and Katherine Robinson-GL Editor and Communications manager about why they are drumming for gender equality.

Listen to the report here

This podcast is part of the GL News Service special coverage of the SADC Gender Protocol Summit underway in South Africa, offering fresh views on everyday news.

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