Save the Date: Courage to Say No Walk and Reunion

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Join the Courage to Say No Walk and Reunion against GBV in Cape Town!

MOT South Africa is inviting you to join and Save the Date for our Courage to Say No Walk and Reunion event on December 2nd in Cape Town. The event aims to bring together 1000 youth and adults to walk against Gender-Based Violence (GBV) and honour the victims and survivors.

Event details

Date: 2 December 2023 in Cape Town.

More details about the event will be provided in the months to follow. However, we urge you to save the date of December 2nd and be part of this important event.

The 5 KM walk will begin in the morning and will be followed by a concert featuring local artists.

This is an opportunity for you to show your support and be part of the solution to end GBV in our communities. Let’s walk together in solidarity, and have the Courage to say NO to GBV.

Together, let’s create a safe and inclusive society where everyone can live without fear of violence or abuse. See you there!

About Gender-Based Violence (GBV)

Gender-Based Violence (GBV) is a pervasive issue in South Africa. It affects people from all walks of life, particularly women and children. According to statistics, South Africa has one of the highest rates of GBV in the world. It is a problem that needs urgent attention and action.

Purpose of the event

The Courage to Say No Walk is a reinforcement of MOT’s core value, “The Courage to Say No”. This value encourages individuals to stand up for their values, dare to speak out, practice tough love, go their own way, resist peer pressure, and handle challenges in the best possible way.

It is an opportunity for individuals to put this value into practice by taking a stand against GBV and all forms of abuse to unite and have the Courage to say NO to violence and abuse, and honour and support the survivors and victims of GBV.

By participating in the Courage to Say No Walk, you will be demonstrating your commitment to creating a warmer, safer and inclusive society, where everyone can live without fear of violence or abuse.

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