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Active Citizens

Victim re-empowerment is in the hands of victims themselves. In becoming the active participants in their own lives, in a supportive environment, victims are progressively transformed into victors.


 

The Water for Dignity Project - First Research Poster

Water for Dignity is working on building a peoples' water science for a peoples' water movement into the future. The project presently involves five young Khulumani water activists in Makana Municipality (Grahamstown East's townships) in piloting solutions to the water challenges in Grahamstown's townships.
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Visit of Center for Global Education, August 22, 2013

Khulumani Support Group hosted a group of US students and their program director, Ms Linda Raven, from the Windhoek office of the Center for Global Education, a Minnesota-based centre that creates experiences for US students to engage with social justice issues in other parts of the world. The group visited…
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Khulumani's publication on Voices of the Marikana Widows is quoted in the panel discussion on the Freedom Charter and Culture at Freedom Park on Saturday 20 July 2013

On Saturday night, there was a dialogue held at Freedom Park on the Freedom Charter and Culture in celebration of the launch of a new musical oratorio called CREDO. One of the panellists was Ms Gwen Ansell. In her speech at the dialogue, she made reference to the book, "The…
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National Arts Festival - Grahamstown 3-13 July

Khulumani Water for Dignity presents a workshop on Water Options for Citizens in Makana Municipality on Tuesday, July 8th, 2014, 10:00 - 11:00 in the ELRC on Rhodes University Campus. Workshop Title: Water Options Workshop for Citizens in Makana Municipality. Event details...

3Ms of Achieving Dignity through Water

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