12 February 2013

South Africa: Urgent Meeting to Brainstorm a Joint Programme of Action Against Gender-Based Violence and Rape in Our Communities

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South Africans Campaigning Against Sexual Violence

The Congress of South African Trade Unions - appalled by the continuous and sustained number of brutal rape cases and the scourge of violence against women and children in our society - has invited its affiliates, its allies, civil society organisations, religious groups, labour federations, business groups and any concerned South Africans to an urgent meeting to brainstorm a joint programme of action against gender-based violence and rape in our communities.

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