29th September 2020

Personal Reflections on the Idea of “Violence” From a Queer South African Woman

My Body and Me: Personal Reflections on the Idea of “Violence” From a Queer[1] South African Woman by GS Pinheiro *Please note, this essay contains descriptions […]
23rd September 2020

Am I eligible to be a refugee?

Am I eligible to be a refugee?   by Hulisani Khorombi  The United Nations Refugee Agency defines a refugee as someone who has been forced to […]
21st September 2020

Female Genital Mutilation: sacred cultural practice or human rights violation?

Female Genital Mutilation: sacred cultural practice or human rights violation? By Hulisani Khorombi Background The World Health Organisation estimates that 3 million girls, residing in only […]
11th September 2020
GHASS

Engaging Men and Masculinities: Reflections on Theory and Practice for African-Centred Gender Justice Work

Engaging Men and Masculinities: Reflections on Theory and Practice for African-Centred Gender Justice Work You are cordially invited to the next seminar in the Gender, HIV […]
10th July 2020

A critical engagement on gender and gender-based violence in community settings

A critical engagement on gender and gender-based violence in community settings You are cordially invited to the next seminar in the Gender, HIV and Sexualities Seminar […]
16th January 2019

Sexual (imagi)nations and the 2018 Zimbabwean e(r)ections

Sexual (imagi)nations and the 2018 Zimbabwean e(r)ections By Tinashe Mawere The 2018 Zimbabwean elections: A reflection The 2018 Zimbabwean elections have come and gone. They brought back […]
3rd October 2018

In conversation with: Prof Deirdre Byrne (Unisa: Institute for Gender Studies)

Gender Justice is proud present the second episode of its ‘In conversation with…’ series. In this episode we are in conversation with Prof Deirdre Byrne  from Unisa’s […]
10th September 2018

In Conversation with: Prof Catherine Burns

Gender Justice is proud present the first episode of its ‘In Conversation with…’ series. In this episode we are in conversation with the CSA&G’s Prof Catherine […]
1st August 2018
polling station

“This might be the last night we sleep in peace”: July 30 elections, Zimbabwe

“This might be the last night we sleep in peace”: July 30 elections, Zimbabwe by Dr Ruth Murambadoro I do not usually struggle to sleep but […]