When we talk about sexual and gender-based violence, there’s always a lot mentioned about women… as victims, what they can do to protect themselves, etc. But what about the men? What are they doing to help fight this social pandemic?
Gareth Cliff speaks to a few men who are doing extraordinary work in the SGBV battle – Jackson Katz, Mark Ramsing, Charley Pietersen, Tumelo Mokowe and Jacques Rousseau.
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Is culture more important than strategy? To create a successful business, knowing your purpose is key. It’s about putting people before profit, and service before reward. Find out why chasing the money doesn’t work, and many other lessons from Ian Fuhr.More Info
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Timothy Maurice asks a neuroscientist, bank CEO, student and women from all walks of life to go into the mind of their 13-year-old self, and share what they’ve learned. Your brain is influenced by its experiences and the patterns carved from youth, but you can rewire your brain to chart the next chapter of your life. It’s helpful to look back and speak to your younger self in order to look forward.More Info
The ownership of a lethal weapon is often characterised as ‘men’s territory’… well Lynette Oxley is having none of that. Firearm training of young women is starting around the age of 11 now. The aim isn’t to create gung-ho gunslingers, the reality of the world means the safety of women is in their own hands. ‘Girls on Fire’ is allowing women to have a safety valve – should it ever come to that. Safety first, that’s the motto.More Info
The days of being a corporate company, rather than a corporate citizen are long over. It’s time to realise, if you do good, business will be good. Gender-based violence is our second pandemic and Absa have drawn a line in the sand to say, “No more!” Join us for our #StopToStart Webinars, as we tackle the issues around this scourge in our society.More Info