“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”
Action Society is a civil rights organisation that was established in 2019. This non-profit company with PBO status acts in the interest of the public through active advocacy for policy change. We work within the community to fight for a reformed justice system, holding government accountable for failing to protect South African citizens. Action Society is driven by the purpose to give a voice to the voiceless.
Year on year the crime statistics of South Africa are increasing and most recently there was a never seen befor double digit increase in contact crime. The government, in particular the South African Police Services are failing victims of crime and the most vulnerable citizens of South Africa – our women and children – on all levels.
Justice delayed is justice denied. Perpetrators committing herrendous crimes are acting with impunity as the justice system that is responsible for their punishment is flawed
Recent figures desperately highlight how SA is in need of strict and swift punishment —not only to address the isolated act, but to also deter others from committing the same crime.
In order to safeguard our communities and change the future of South Africa, Action Society requires your support. All it takes is your engagement and support to help ensure our beautiful country becomes a safer place to live in for all South Africans.
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Who do we want to help?
- Victims of any form of abuse.
- Victims of GBV.
- Victims of child abuse and sexual exploitation.
- Families of murder and rape victims.
- Communities that are mobilising to protect themselves.
- Citizens being targeted by law enforcement agencies.
What we fight for:
- A reformed justice system that is functional and victim centered.
- Competent law enforcement and judicial system that puts victims first and ensures that justice is served.
- Swift and harsh punishment for perpetrators of abuse, sexual offenses against children and gender-based violence.