11th April 2019

Masculinities in South Africa and violence: an indisputable link?

Masculinities in South Africa and violence: an indisputable link? By Lubabalo Mdedetyana   Defining masculinity is a challenging task. Hamber (2010: 77) refers to Connell’s (2005) […]
18th April 2018

Gender-based violence interventions in Namaqualand

Gender-Based Violence (GBV) is a phenomenon that consistently receives research and policy attention in South African society. GBV is driven by multiple, complex socio-economic factors such […]
12th April 2018

Deductive and/or inductive reasoning: what is the best approach to gender-based violence?

Deductive and/or inductive reasoning: what is the best approach to gender-based violence? by Gerard Emmanuel Kamdem Kamga Introduction The scale of gender-based violence (GBV) is alarming, […]
11th April 2018

SAFFI’s Gender-based Violence Intervention Programmes: Documenting the Experiences of Religious Leaders and Faith Communities in a South African Context

Gender-based Violence (GBV) against women and girls and Domestic Violence (DV) remains one of the most pervasive human rights violations of our time, and one of […]
27th January 2018

Gender-based violence in South Africa: is the enemy (always) within?

    Gender-based violence in South Africa: is the enemy (always) within? By Gerard Emmanuel Kamdem Kamga Introduction The #MenAreTrash hashtag, started in South Africa in 2016, […]