Date: 14th May 2020
Location: Cape Town International Convention Centre
Please all NOTE:
The 1000 Women Trustees are talking to the CTICC to find a date if we need to Postpone the event. We are aware of the need of Community Based Organisations (CBO’s) and ask you to donate and to support 1000 Women Trust. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.1000women.co.za
‘Being one of the founding members of the 1000 Women United against Domestic Violence Initiative, I believe every South African should get involved in this initiative. Join me and make yourself heard!’
Wendy Ackerman, patron of 1000 Women Trust.
Join our patron Wendy Ackerman and UNiTE against domestic violence and abuse!
The 1000 Women 1 Voice set the stage for networking events 15 years ago and is now the most prestigious event of the year in the Mother City. This initiative started in Cape Town and has extended its reach all around the world. Gather your friends and join us for an inspiration afternoon with excellent guest speakers, wonderful entertainment, a celebrity goody bag and valuable networking opportunities.
These shocking events and statistics are not new to us. Every time we read the news or turn on electronic and social media we are battered by escalating levels of abuse towards women and girls occurring in our communities daily. We need all South Africans to stand together and speak out.
We believe if women have access to skills, knowledge and resources they will create solutions for themselves and those around them. For the past 15 years we have partnered with NPOs and invested in over 900 women-led organisations to support their communities and advocate against gender-based violence. networking opportunities.
How can YOU get involved?
“I am convinced that by working together, by confronting difficult issues, and by mobilising all South Africans, we shall create a society where women and children feel safe and are safe at all times and in all places.”
President Cyril Ramaposa called all South Africans to action. We now call all South Africans to Action!