8 December: Launch of the Women’s Self Help groups; children’s Committee and employees with disabilities MORE9 December: Access to Justice: Sharing the SAVE Model with the Association for Blind and Partially Sighted People MORE9 December: DWCPD Visit abused children MORE10 December: DOJCD Awareness on Drug Abuse MORE10 December: Closing of 16 Days of Activism Road Block on N12 Awareness of sexual offences and domestic Violence MORE12 December: The New Age Breakfast MOREClick here for the full calendar of events
Disability Rights Awareness Month, 3 November To 3 December 2013South Africa celebrates National DisabilityRights Awareness Month annually between 3 November and 3 December. 3 December marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities; and is also celebrated as National Disability Rights Awareness Day. MORE
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National Children’s Day Objective: ·To celebrate, popularize and promote theConstitutional mandate to ensure that the South African society upholds the human rights of children. ·To highlight progress made towards the realisation and promotion ofchildren’s rights.Theme: The theme for National Children’s Day is “Sireletsa Bana: Creating a Caring Society”. (translation: Protect the children). Click here for more.