Specific GBV campaigns

Date: June 30, 2010
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This category called for submissions from councils which have planned and been involved in specific GBV campaigns such as the 16 Days of No Violence against Women and Children campaigns, lighting campaigns etc and also included a sub-category for innovative communication strategies, including messaging, slogans, banners and posters to end GBV that have had an impact.

14 entries from 7 countries were received for various campaigns that councils have participated in including using radio programmes, talks, outreach and educative sessions and study circles, marches and implementing women’s safety plans.

To view the presentations click on the links in the table below.






Thursdays in Black, Diakonia Council of Churches in Durban, South Africa LEC Women’s Programme, Lesotho

Impact of radio programmes on GBV awareness, Windhoek, Namibia

Women Safety Plan in the City of Johannesburg, South Africa

16 Days of of Activism Campaign, Matsatseng Community Council, Lesotho

A la lutte contre la violence envers les femmes, Conseil Municipal d’Ivato Aeroport, Madagascar

Advocacy and education outreach for girl children and women living and working in rural farms and informal settlements, eMalahleni Local Municipality Mpumulanga, South Africa

South African Study circle association of the Eastern Cape (SASCA), South Africa Male Involvement, SWAGAA, Swaziland

Male/ Female Identity Workshop, FAMSA Western Cape, South Africa

Enkundleni, Men’s Forum on Gender , Padare, Zimbabwe

Young voices network, Zimbabwe
Women against women Abuse (WAWA), South Africa


4 entries from 4 countries were received for specific innovative communication strategies which included an audio CD, establishing a youth health, gender and welfare desk, demonstration project on gender and parenting including a PhotoVoice activity and digital stories and a stop GBV billboard.

To view the presentations click on the links below.


Bondie li enn fam, Kolektif Revey Twa, Mauritius

Gender Desk at the National Youth Council (NYC), Namibia

Responsible Fatherhood and Child Security Project, Sonke Gender Justice Network, South Africa

Stop Gender Based Violence Billboard, Baphalali Swaziland Red Cross Society, Swaziland




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