Persons with Albinism are the subject of ongoing discrimination and victimisation including physical harm and even murder for their body parts, which are valued in some circles as having “magical” properties. Khulisa Social Solutions (“Khulisa”), has, over the past two years, been working with Persons with Albinism and Persons with Albinism-focussed organisations in Southern [...]
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'n Joernalis van The New York Times, Niclolas D. Kristof se belangkritse artikel volgens hom was "For Third World, Water Is Still a Deadly Drink" Read the full article on netwerk24
The apartheid regime brought up so many wounds too many people of South Africa. Many challenges transpired in that period of struggle, some heroes and heroines were celebrated but others were forgotten, their story went by the wind. Through being tortured and being treated lesser, many are still living with their wounds and some [...]
A Growing Thing is an observational documentary filmed over several years just outside of Johannesburg, South Africa. 25 years after the end of apartheid, a dedicated mother of six in the townships near Johannesburg is determined to become a community leader and change her place in the world - as well as that of [...]
ORIGINS OF THE DECLARATION OF INTENT “THAT SUPPORTED AND INFORMED THE KHULISA SOCIAL SOLUTIONS PERSONS WITH ALBINISM (PWA) FAMILY REUNIFICATION AND RESTORATION PROJECT” Background Hosted by Khulisa Social Solutions, a 3-day summit was held in [...]
Reserve ‘I EXIST’ Because I Am PERSONS WITH ALBINISM TAKE CENTRE STAGE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE – 20 TH FEBRUARY 2019 Khulisa in collaboration with multiple stakeholders presents a two-day Summit on the 18 th and 19 th February at Skills Village 108 Frere Road, Bez Valley Johannesburg. The main event takes place on International Day [...]
21 YEARS VS 16 DAYS OF PRACTISING NON-VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN Friday, 7 th December 2018 Gender based violence (GBV) remains one of the most serious threats to the health and safety of women and girls worldwide growing need. There have been few rigorous valuation of interventions aimed at primary GBV prevention with no systematic [...]