SGJ

(redirected from Sonke Gender Justice)
AcronymDefinition
SGJStichting Gereformeerd Jeugdwelzijn (Dutch: Reformed Youth Welfare Foundation; Netherlands)
SGJSonke Gender Justice (South Africa)
SGJSimulated Gastric Juice
SGJScotia Group Jamaica Limited (Kingston, Jamaica)
SGJSamoborska Glazbena Jesen (Croatian: Samobor Fall Music; music festival; Samobor, Croatia)
SGJSerikat Guru Jakarta (Indonesia)
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Three South African civil society groups -- TAC, Section27 and Sonke Gender Justice -- have also called for an independent probe focused on Sidibe's role in the Loures case.
prepared by Sonke Gender Justice Network for the Department of Gender,
A women's rights lobby, the Sonke Gender Justice Network, is fighting to end gender-based violence, seen as part of male-female relations within the country and culture.
Sonke Gender Justice started the day with a "Rising" at Table Mountain, followed by several other loud, "in your face" efforts by various groups.
This case study documents the Sonke Gender Justice Network's Fatherhood project, which was designed to reduce HIV transmission and address related problems, such as gender-based violence, women's overwhelming burden of care, and the preponderance of children in need of care and support." PDF from http://www.aidstar-one.com/focus_areas/gender/resources/case_study_series/allowing_men_to_care.
For example, the Sonke Gender Justice Network is a South African nongovernmental organization dedicated to gender equity.
"There's going to be lots of drinking, probably quite a lot of sex, and we want to encourage people to be safe," said Dean Peacock, co-director of Sonke Gender Justice, one of the organisations behind the campaign.
Aalumentu oya tokola opo ya kale yiitula mo mokuwathela ooyakwawo, konima sho yiilongo shinasha nomayooloko gatulwa po koshigwana shinasha nuukakwashike ko okantu, omauveko kombinga yuulumentu nuutate, miigongiilonga ya wilikwa ko NGO yedhina Sonke Gender Justice petameko lyomvo.
The men decided to get actively involved in helping others after they learnt about gender stereotypes, understandings of manhood and fatherhood during workshops run by NGO Sonke Gender Justice earlier this year.