Fighting for the most vulnerable
Who are we?
Action Society is a civil rights organisation driven by a purpose to provide a voice to the voiceless.
In a noticeably broken society, our team has come together to form a collaborative arm within the community: fighting for justice, mobilising for change and by supporting the vulnerable in need.
Utilizing the framework of our civil rights system we aim to deconstruct the harsh realities that we see daily.
Our goal is to provide a channel that will enable and support a prosperous and safe society.
We are a non-profit organisation that depend on public support. Join Action Society today and help us to fight for justice and change.
Action Society drives several campaigns focusing on:
The fight against child abuse;
The fight against women abuse;
Fighting for the elderly; and
Fighting for animal rights.
The reopening of schools has been a controversial debate in which we had the privilege to partake over the past few weeks. Please take time in reading Sindile Vabaza insightful article summarising our view: 2021 School year, literally a class debateRead More
More than a decade ago, the dreams of Joburg businesswoman Andy Kawa came crashing down after she was raped in a 15-hour ordeal on a beach in the Eastern Cape. She now speaks on her 10-year battle for justice. True hero! ... https://t.co/SvR85DgXtBRead More
Our concern is the low conviction rate of 3%! We need to ensure that there is a watertight, comprehensive docket when a case is presented in court. Private initiatives will help to improve the low conviction rate. @News24 @dailymaverick @City_Press #GBVFResponseFund1 https://t.co/BKyS1vodisRead More
On government’s side this is a giant leap in right direction. The private sector will be eager to elaborate and utilise the funding to change SA’s shocking statistics @News24 @dailymaverick @City_Press #GBVFResponseFund1Read More
Action Society welcomes President Cyril Ramaphosa private sector-led, multi-sectoral Gender-Based Violence and Femicide (GBVF) Response Fund government launched yesterday. @News24 @dailymaverick @City_Press #GBVFResponseFund1 https://t.co/QYhaKb6FfIRead More
Dept of Women, Youth & Persons with Disabilities, your website is down? Knock Knock is anyone there? @DWYPD_ZA #Lockdown #LockdownSARead More
According to StatsSA, 77% of children in public schools — approximately 9-million children — received a meal every school day. This is an important source of food that is not accessible when schools are closed.#sacovid19pandemic #reopenschools #2021schoolyear https://t.co/HPi4BlxYbHRead More
Children’s constitutional right to education outweighs Covid-19 infections. At the end of the day you are responsible for your child’s education and how they will prosper in life.Act in the interest of your child’s future. What if government postpone the 2021-academic year again? https://t.co/ixOGfBCFfhRead More
RT @Inyathelo: The ‘shadow pandemic’ of gender-based violence in Africa: From protocols to practice: via @dailymave…Read More