Access to Justice

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About our Access to Justice Programme

The labyrinthine nature of the criminal justice system often becomes an impediment for survivors of GBV. We serve as a guiding light, ensuring survivors and their families are well-informed of their rights. By equipping them with essential resources and insights, we help demystify the legal intricacies, strengthening their resolve and comprehension.

  • Court Support: Entering a courtroom can be daunting. Our Court Support initiative ensures survivors don’t face this journey alone. By providing a comprehensive understanding of legal procedures and accompanying survivors during proceedings, we alleviate the inherent anxiety and stress. This pivotal aspect of our program aids survivors in their pursuit of justice and healing.
  • Advocating for Non-custodial Measures for Women in Conflict with the law: This program addresses the intersectionality between GBV and WICL, including the role of GBV in women’s pathways to imprisonment and in their social reintegration. For many, the Cape Flats is one of the most violent and dangerous places in South Africa. Successful reintegration requires knowledge and understanding of women’s pathways to prison (poverty, substance use disorders, victimization, mental health, caretaking, etc.) and post-release barriers (low self- esteem, gender-based stigmatization, employment, family breakdown, housing, etc.)

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We advocate for women, children and men by providing services such as community Outreach, Psychosocial support an access to justice to dismantle systems that favor men over women.

32 Kiewiet Road, Bridgetown, Athlone, 7764

Call Us: 072 539 5113

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