AAAJD Webinar Series: Safeguarding rights in Covid-19

Webinar 2: Responding to gender-based violence

On Thursday 30 April at 10am GMT, APCOF was involved in a webinar to discuss issues of gender-based violence (GBV) and Covid-19. The webinar discussed some of the key commentary with regard to GBV; important to policy planners, civil society and government agencies in creating pathways of protection and prevention of GBV.

Please refer to the flyer for more detail.

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AAAJD Webinar Series: Safeguarding rights in Covid-19

Webinar 1: Detention and human rights

On Thursday 23 April at 11am GMT, APCOF was involved in a webinar to discuss issues of detention and Covid-19. The webinar discussed some of the key commentary with regard to detention; important to mandate holders, oversight agencies, the legal fraternity and civil society and to anyone crafting their own domestic guidance.

Please refer to the flyer for more detail.

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Call for Expressions of Interest: Consultancy assignment #1 – Xenophobic Violence and Related Hate Crimes

APCOF welcomes research proposals from suitably qualified individuals as part of its EU project to build the capacity of SAPS to detect, prevent and respond to racist and xenophobic violence and related hate crimes. There are three research assignments, with separate terms of reference.

Proposals, including budget, are due on 17 April, with work expected to commence on these assignments by 4 May 2020.

We welcome your interest in one or more of these assignments, and invite you to circulate these calls for proposals among your networks.

For more information, please contact Louise Edwards (louise@apcof.org.za or 0818769293).

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Call for Expressions of Interest: Consultancy assignment #2 – Xenophobic Violence and Related Hate Crimes

APCOF welcomes research proposals from suitably qualified individuals as part of its EU project to build the capacity of SAPS to detect, prevent and respond to racist and xenophobic violence and related hate crimes. There are three research assignments, with separate terms of reference.

Proposals, including budget, are due on 17 April, with work expected to commence on these assignments by 4 May 2020.

We welcome your interest in one or more of these assignments, and invite you to circulate these calls for proposals among your networks.

For more information, please contact Louise Edwards (louise@apcof.org.za or 0818769293).

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Call for Expressions of Interest: Consultancy assignment #3 – Xenophobic Violence and Related Hate Crimes

APCOF welcomes research proposals from suitably qualified individuals as part of its EU project to build the capacity of SAPS to detect, prevent and respond to racist and xenophobic violence and related hate crimes. There are three research assignments, with separate terms of reference.

Proposals, including budget, are due on 17 April, with work expected to commence on these assignments by 4 May 2020.

We welcome your interest in one or more of these assignments, and invite you to circulate these calls for proposals among your networks.

For more information, please contact Louise Edwards (louise@apcof.org.za or 0818769293).

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Research Paper #28 – Making Southern Africa safe: Promoting Crime and Violence Prevention in the Southern African region

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) recently developed and approved the Guidelines on Crime and Violence Prevention. This paper provides an overview of the Guidelines. It begins with a discussion on crime prevention and its development within the discourse on safety, law enforcement and criminal justice. Thereafter, the paper describes the development of the Guidelines and the importance the aforementioned recognition has in the evolution of the SADC, including the promise it holds for sustainable development.

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