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About this movement
In South Africa, over the five-year period between 2015 and 2020, a total of 13,815 women over the age of 18 years were murdered, according to the South African Police Service (SAPS). That’s an average of 2,763 murders a year, or about seven women a day.
Although grassroots organisations and individuals have persistently campaigned to end GBV on Change.org, many women in South Africa continue to suffer abuse. Petitions have even delivered to the office of the President but there has been NO ACTIVE RESPONSE!
This is a call for South Africans to come together collectively speak up against Gender Based Violence. Bring your collective voices together to hold the President and the Government of South Africa to address Gender Based Violence as a matter of urgency.
Show your support for them by signing all or any of these petitions.
Most popular petition starters in this movement
Kwanele - Ho Lekane ka GBVF
Johannesburg, South Africa