Community Mapping

Voices from the Ground: Community Mapping of Human Rights Challenges in Evaton REPORT 28 February 2017

Authors:
Heidi Attwood, Busisiwe Hlatswayo, Bheki Maduna, Tshepo Makoko, Jeremiah Makolana, Lebohang Moloi,
Kgomotso Mosimane, Thandi Motaung, Matshidiso Motsoeneng, Siyabonga Mbali Ndlovu, Khosi
Ngomelane, Pontsho Sealanyane, Dantrick Tlou, Nnini Tsele, Nomsa Zondi

The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (DoJ&CD) and Foundation for Human Rights (FHR) put out a term of reference for their Community Mapping and Active Citizenry Programme in the latter part of 2015. The programme is in part, a response to the National Development Plan (NDP) which recognises the “need to build a capable active citizenry and to address the obstacles preventing them from playing an active role”1 This document reports on one project funded for the first phase of the Community Mapping and Active Citizenry Programme.

Vacancy: Organiser for The Budget Justice Coalition

The Budget Justice Coalition is looking for a part time Organiser to be appointed as a consultant. The location of the position would be preferably in Cape Town or Johannesburg.
The Budget Justice Coalition (the BJC) is a loose coalition of social justice not for profit organisations in South Africa, united in their common work to promote budget transparency at all three spheres of government and to advance the progressive realisation of the socio-economic rights contained in the Constitution and binding international treaties. The BJC is a feminist Coalition.

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