Video Gallery - Campaigns and Interviews

Against All Odds

ENCA interviews Mara Glennie, the founder of TEARS Foundation who shares her own story (“against all odds”) and why she established a SMS code to link rape and abuse survivors to their nearest care centres.

Sophia Williams-De Bruyn

is a living legend of the South Africa liberation struggle, who has contributed immensely to the dismantling of Apartheid.  She participated in the major political campaigns or pre 1994 while still a scholar and has never looked back she says.  She was the first recipient of the Women’s Award for exceptional national service.  “In 1956, 20 000 women marched in protest to changes to the Urban Areas Act.  I am the last surviving leading member of that march.  I call upon all South Africans to stand up and speak out against what is happening in our country.  We marched with dignity, bravery and courage back ten.  I now pass the baton on to you all.  Unite! Bathindi Bafasi!”

16 Days of Activism

Sylvester Chauke speaks out for 16 Days of Activism for the TEARS Foundation 2017 Public Service Announcement.  As a multi-award-winning entrepreneur and head of DNA Brand Architects he tells his brave story of his courage and hard work of how he got to the top.  “I have worked with some of the most inspiring, creative young minds in the country.  I ha e worked with clients and brands who challenged me to be honest and frank and not to shy away from difficult conversations.  They say I’m unique, different.  But, it doesn’t matter if you are gay or straight, rich or poor, young or old, ABUSE can affect you.  Make your mark for all women unable or too scared to speak out against their abusers.  If you do not stand against sexual violence you are silently supporting it.”

If you do not stand against sexual violence, you are silently supporting it.

Josina Machel, founder and MD of Kuhluka Movement shares how she lost her one eye through an abusive relationship.

“I was assaulted by my partner.  I called for help but nobody answered.  He hit me again and again.  Not even the fact that both my dads were Presidents helped me.  I may have lost my sight but I have not lost my vision.  Make your mark for all women unable or too scared to speak out against their abusers.  If you do not stand against sexual violence, you are silently supporting it.”

Make Your Mark

Montage for 16 Days of Activism  2016 – Stranger Danger.  Make your mark and report abuse.

Mens March Against Abuse

An interview with Mara and Jeremy Maggs regarding the mens march against abuse lead by the police.

Sex and consent is a difficult issue, mainly because something that seems so simple is continually ‘misunderstood’ in rape cases.

Thames Valley Police have highlighted the issue by promoting a cartoon comparing sex to a well known British pastime – drinking a cup of tea.

The result is this simple, effective and at times quite funny video, which gives clear instructions as to what constitutes as sexual consent.

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