On 24th August; ACTIVATE! Change Drivers in conjunction with Africa Unite and the Institute of Justice and Reconciliation will convene the A! Gender Based Violence Imbizo aimed at engaging the views of social activists, thought-leaders, experts and practitioners within the sexual health and gender rights sector on effective community-based interventions to address the challenge of …
Women of the ACTIVATE! Change Drivers Network will tomorrow pay homage to the Women’s March of 1956 where more than 20 000 women of all races and backgrounds came together to march against the injustices that women faced. Today, women of South Africa face terrifying reality of violence linked to various reasons that are also …
How can South Africas young people find innovative tools for not just every day challenges, social transformation in a country thats going through a phase of transition?
“The quarterly ACTIVATE! Exchange opens a dialogue for young people from all walks of life to discuss Government, Social Responsibility and other pressing issues.”
ACTIVATE! hosted its second Exchange dialogue on 23 August with over 400 Activators and stakeholders gathering simultaneously in Limpopo, KwaZulu-Natal, Western Cape and Mpumalanga to hold discussions around Identity and Leadership.
Saturday, 31 May 2014 has become quite a special day on the ACTIVATE! calendar to date. For the first time, we managed to host three ACTIVATE! Exchanges on one day, in three cities.
This was the topic for discussion as hundreds of young people, across South Africa took part in a dialogue hosted by ACTIVATE! as means of cultivating an active citizenry after South Africas fifth elections.
Asking the right questions that will allow South Africa to unleash its full potential, was the central theme that youth leaders and stakeholders from the private,public and non-governmental sectors grappled with at the ACTIVATE! Exchange…
First year Activators Action and Themba are organising an Exchange in the Lejweleputswa District in the Free State. The theme for the Exchange is Crime: A destroyer of young generational legacy.
Activate!Exchange Media Release 11 June 2013. Youth Leaders Take Up the Challenges Facing South Africa with launch of Activate!Exchange in Johannesburg.
The exchange was held in Durban on the 6th of April 2013. The award-winning human rights activist Jimmie Briggs spoke to the Activators about his Man Up Campaign. Activator Nkosinathi attended the exchange and he wrote this review about it.
Last week the Activate! Exchange was launched in Durban, the first in a series of events that discuss what young people are doing to create change and what can be done to support them. We would like to widen activator’s networks of opportunities and create awareness around what they are doing.