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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.


 

WE HAVE TO TALK. WE NEED CHANGES: Voices from Platinum Belt Mine Workers and Worker Communities: A Khulumani Report produced from Focus Group Discussions

Through the relationships that Khulumani built with families affected by the Marikana Massacre, we became the research partner for a study by TIPS (Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies) as to the conditions prevailing both in communities surrounding mines on the platinum belt and in labour-sending communities.
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Khulumani Forum Theatre Closes its 2015 Sessions at Krugersdorp Correctional Facility with Exhilarating Performances

Khulumani’s Ms Rose Mathebula reflects on a powerful final session of the Khulumani Forum Theatre when it concluded its Monday Sessions for 2015 at Krugersdorp Correctional Facility.  On Monday, 7 December 2015, I visited the Krugersdorp Correctional Facility with our Director to provide support to the Khulumani Forum Theatre Youth Activists…
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@KhulumaniAfrica

Sun Nov 19 10:51:52 +0000 2017

10 years ago Khulumani members came to khulumani management to report rape and sexual assault that was perpetuated.… https://t.co/ovb3lGVayB
Fri Nov 17 11:04:16 +0000 2017

All for nothing? Nicole van Driel | 24 October 2017 Nicole van Driel writes on the shameful poverty of some... https://t.co/KQAfelCVm3
Sun Nov 12 06:11:55 +0000 2017

It would be good if Khulumani activists in Polokwane and surrounds could support the Kopape family when the case... https://t.co/ZJ1TdTvrxj
Fri Nov 03 07:37:45 +0000 2017

A 25 minute video by SABC Digital News of the Special Assignment edition of 30 October 2017, "Someone is to... https://t.co/stqNPyh4e6

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