16 Days of Activism
Here you will find information on the history of the 16 Days of Activism Campaign, Links, as well as provincial and national events and news on campaign activities.
South African Police Services
The website of the South African Police Services.
Childline is an effective non-profit organization that works collectively to protect children from all forms of violence and to create a culture of children's rights in South Africa.
LifeLine offers a 24-hour crisis telephone counselling service, 365 days of the year. Our trained counsellors are available to talk to you and listen to you, no matter what you need to talk to us about. Confidentiality is the one of the cornerstones of our counselling process. LifeLine respects your right to privacy and no information you give us will be divulged without your permission to do so. If you wish to be referred to another agency or specialist, LifeLine can supply you with the details you need - once again this will only happen if you decide that this is the course you want to take.
Khulisa provides education, training and personal development in communities, schools, places of safety and correctional facilities.
Rape Crisis Cape Town Trust
Rape Crisis Cape Town Trust is a NGO that believes in challenging power imbalances in society on which sexual violence is based. We seek to confront and prevent sexual violence and empower survivors through working with individuals, communities and other social structures in order to provide accessible services.
RAPCAN (Resources Aimed at the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect) is a registered section 21 Company, non-profit organisation and public benefit organisation based in Cape Town. RAPCAN's work is focused on the prevention of child victimisation and offending and the promotion of children’s rights, and we operate locally, at provincial and national levels in South Africa, as well as in the region and internationally.
Childrens Rights Centre
In the Capacity Building Programme the Centre reaches out to support and encourage individuals and organisations to work together to build a child-friendly society. It provides information, resources and skills-training to assist participants in implementing children's rights. A special emphasis is on networking and building 'Circles of Support' for children in one’s own community. This programme includes projects on the child's Right to Play, and on Children's Participation.
The Teddy Bear Clinic
The Teddy Bear Clinic is an outpatient facility of the Johannesburg Hospital and the Department of Paediatrics and offers a variety of support services to sexually abused children, their families and the Child Protection System.
Child Welfare South Africa (CWSA)
Child Welfare South Africa (CWSA) is an umbrella body that represents 171 affiliates and branches as well as developing children's organisations in communities throughout South Africa. Together with its members it forms the largest non-profit, non-governmental organisation in the country in the fields of child protection and child and family care and development.
We at SACMEC dedicate our efforts towards making South Africa a safer place for our children. We believe in "UBUNTU" and support the view of "Every child is my CHILD". Therefore we constantly search for ways and means to achieve this. One of these projects is the establishment of the PRO-KIDS DATABASE!!!! A comprehensive and secure database that stores photos and information of children pro-actively will most definitely assist in the recovery of missing children.
International Organization for Migration
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is a dynamic and growing inter-governmental organization, with 120 member states, committed to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits migrants and society.
IOM’s regional office for Southern Africa is based in South Africa and caters to IOM activities in the entire SADC (South Africa Development Community) region. IOM also has offices in Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo, Mauritius, Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe. In addition, IOM runs activities in Namibia and Swaziland.
Molo Songololo is a non-profit child rights organisation that strives to advance children’s rights to ensure their protection, development, survival and participation through education, training, lobby, advocacy, and support services.
Molo Songololo was established in 1979. In 2009 we will celebrate 30 years of bringing children basic human rights.