HUMAN RIGHTS/REFUGEES ¤ DISABILITY RESOURCES
GAY&LESBIAN RESOURCES ¤ WOMEN ¤ MISC./REGIONAL
- Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria.
- The Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation CSVR is a South African non-governmental organisation. Since its inception in 1989, the CSVR has been dedicated to making a meaningful contribution to peaceful and fundamental transformation in South Africa and hence, in the Southern African region.
- Lawyers for Human Rights non-governmental organisation that strives to promote, uphold and strenghthen human rights. The organisation has had a proud history since its inception in 1979 of fighting oppression and the abuse of human rights in South Africa. Almost all of the staff at the head office in Pretoria and its regional offices were active participants in voter education and monitoring in the run up to the historic 1994 elections.
- The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) The Human Rights Commission was established in 1995 in terms of the Human Rights Commission Act, No 54/1994 which was signed into law by the President on 24 November 1994.
The interim Constitution of 1993 stated that there shall be a Human Rights Commission. The existence of the Commission is evidence of the new democratic republic's commitment to reverse the wrongs of the apartheid past and to assure all South Africans of protection under the law. The interim Constitution therefore marked a radical break with the past, and the final Constitution of 1996 has cemented the Commission as a permanent statutory body set up by parliament.
- Epilepsy South Africa is a NGO dedicated to working with people with epilepsy and their families, to enable them to lead meaningful and enriching lives.
Epilepsy South Africa's vision: A society in which people with epilepsy have equal opportunities to achieve their fullest potential in all areas of life.
Gay & Lesbian Resources
- GALA Established in January 1997, the Gay and Lesbian Archives (GALA) provides a permanent institutional home for the wide range of historical and archival material relating to gay and lesbian experience in South Africa. It aims to be a source of information to the public and to serve as a catalyst for generating other, previously silenced community histories and personal narratives.
- The Gay and Lesbian Organisation of Pretoria . GLO-P's mission statement is to promote gay/lesbian/transgender identity, equality, a sense of community and mental health for gay, lesbian and transsexual people in the greater Pretoria area.
- Gay South Africa. The official South African Gay and Lesbian Internet Resource. All you need to know, whenever you want to know it!
- The National Coalition for Gay & Lesbian Equality. The National coalition has secured a place for all homosexual people in the new South Africa. Through dedication, hard work, and sheer drive they have been instrumental in shaping the new law reforms governing the practice of homosexuality, our place in the work force and our civil rights.
- Team Johannesburg TOGS. The Organisation for Gay Sport is the largest gay sporting organisation in South Africa.
- Agenda. Agenda was formed in 1987 and as a collective published 32 issues of a quarterly feminist journal. The Agenda Management Board was formed in 1997. In January 2000 we registered as a Section 21 company, Agenda Feminist Publishing. The Editorial Advisory Group works with the Agenda editor in a process of consultation with women's organisations and gender activists to plan forthcoming issues. Articles are peer reviewed
- Women's Net a vibrant and innovative networking support programme designed to enable South African women to use the Internet to find the people, issues, resources and tools needed for women's social action.
- Africa News Online. an electronic network handling the distribution of reporting from more than 40 African news organizations, provides a showcase for journalism from across the African continent.