Culture and Tradition

SABC 3: Isidingo-The Need Ep 202 24/12/2018

Name of monitor: Patricia Mahachi Name of Television station: SABC 3 Name of programme: Isidingo –The Need Date of broadcast: 24/12/2018 Genre: Drama Series Episode: 202 Time: Time of broadcast: 19:00:19:30 GBV focus: N/A-Gender Equality Gem Classification: Gender Aware Theme: Gender Equality Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1q6bw66unaQ I disagree with that this is gender blind. Isidingo is framing […]

SABC 1: Uzalo 29/11/2018

ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION Name of the monitor: Sakhile Dube Name of Television station: SABC 1 Name of programme: Uzalo Date of broadcast: 29 November 2018 Time: 20:30-21:00 Clip Timing: 15:05 – 16:02 Genre: Drama Series Theme: Crime and violence, GBV, Negligence. GBV focus explicit or implicit? Implicit Gem Classification: Subtle Stereotypes Provide a link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7cp7HqzVpg&t=423s A […]

Botswana: Reginah Mojaphoko

I started working as a public servant in 1992 and I worked in 5 different districts implementing government policies and in all of them I have acquired different skills, cultures and gained experiences, as in some of the districts I was the head of different committees. I had an opportunity to learn about Gender in […]

Botswana: Opelo Nichenge

“Women are just as capable as men. If the playing field was level, men and women would have the same impact, achieve the same goals and have equal representation in various leadership levels” Opelo Nichenge is a Gender Focal Person who helps her clients to move from a place of distress to functionality. In order […]

June 21, 2018 Themes: Care work | Culture and Tradition Programs: Protocol @ work

African Union: Economic Social and Cultural Council

The statutes of the Economic Social and Cultural Council The booklet contains the statutes of the AU’s Economic Social and Cultural Council in English and French. The 20 articles include objectives, composition, membership as well as structure such as committees. Finally, a draft decision on transitional arrangements for the launching of the Council completes the publication.

Communicating peace: Entertaining angels unaware

Communication rights and the ever more urgent need to construct a culture of peace are central to a vision of a world in which universal human values displace the accumulated weight of history’s tyrannies. Genuine communication is proposed as the only way to overcome the political, economic , social and cultural inequalities and violence that […]

Gender and racism: Double jeopardy for women

Race issues challenge fundamental issues of identity and beliefs. When race and gender intersect, there is a need for caution so all race groups are included.  This booklet contains papers on: The impact of apartheid on black women in South Africa which looks at the overlapping systems of oppression and another entitled Asian women caught […]

Are traditional midwives history?

This publication contains some insights from three conflict affected districts in Sri Lanka. It looks at the work of traditional midwives during conflict as well as traditional midwives treatment at child birth, the close dependence on the blessings of the goddesses and the basis of the skills acquired by traditional midwives. The support of their families […]

Private decisions, public debate: women, reproduction and population

Sensitive and flexible family planning services carry a high price tag. However, unless we meet the family planning needs of individuals we may have no choice in meeting the world’s development needs. Notably absent from this critical international dialogue are the voices of ordinary men and women. What do they want and need. This book […]

Country gender profile: South Africa

This report is intended to provide a summary and a comprehensive analysis of gender issues and problems. The specific aims are to: Summarise the comparative situation of women and men, with particular reference to their economic, social and socio-cultural , legal and political status; identify particular gender discrepancies in education, media and culture and urban […]