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Sexual and Reproductive Justice Coalition

Sexual and Reproductive Justice Coalition

The SRJC was born in November 2015 following the exit of Ipas South Africa and the demise of the Sexual and Reproductive Rights Initiative of South Africa (SHARISA). Supported by the National Population Unit (Department of Social Development) two meetings were funded and a virtual organisation was formed.In February 2016 its launched this sign on statement for members to join the Coalition, currently in June 2017 and has over 125 members as individuals or organisations have signed on.
Working towards reproductive justice requires safe spaces for women
Working towards reproductive justice requires safe spaces for women
In the past weeks, many voices in South Africa have demanded that we focus on what it means to tell our own stories of sexual harassment.