2002 Sixteen days of Peace Campaign

2002 Sixteen days of Peace Campaign

Date: July 28, 2009
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During the period leading up to the 16 days of activism, GL and its partner organisations offered training to gender activists on how to run and communicate successful campaigns. The training was offered in three provinces in Souh Africa as well as in Lesotho for the regional component.

Based on the training they received more than forty organisations nationally and regionally ran campaigns with varying themes that received vast media coverage.

A web-based campaign was also run on this site.

The funding and support to conduct the training workshops and sustain the momentum of the campaigns was received from the Australian Aid, the Open Society Foundation of South Africa as well the voluntary services organisation.

Report of the campaign:
Sixteen days of peace 2002: a case study on gender and strategic communications. Download the documents below.


Download : 16 Days 2002 - Foreword
Download : 16 Days 2002 - Executive Summary
Download : 16 Days 2002- Overview
Download : 16 Days 2002 - Media Report
Download : 16 Days 2002 - Evaluation and recommendation
Download : 16 Days 2002 - Annex A - Summary table of campaigns
Download : 16 Days 2002 - Annex B Media coverage
Download : 16 Days 2002 - Annex C - Letter from Deputy Minister of Justice

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