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Press Release: August 31, 2017

CSVR launches groundbreaking research on why Violence Against Women persists

Reversing patriarchy depends on the collective commitment of society, said Minister of Women in the Presidency, Susan Shabangu during a keynote address at the launch of research findings on Violence Against Women (VAW) in South Africa.The research, commissioned by the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR) in partnership with Oxfam South Africa, contributes toward explanations of the high prevalence of VAW through exploring the experiences of its survivors based on the research question; Why does VAW persists in South Africa, and what needs to be done to address it?’

The minister referred to the collective efforts taken by women who took part in the 1956 march for freedom.

“Women came together to oppose patriarchy, class, and sexism to change both their lives and that of men,” she said. “What we need to see happening next is the research translating into action.”Read more

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