Activists and scholars must rethink their neglect of male victims if South Africa is to better understand and resist sexual violence.
South Africans need to frame the problem as an endemic social condition that they can stop through deliberate action.
Queercide may seem far removed from heterosexual and heteronormative people but a society that does not strictly uphold the right to life and equal protection, under the law, for all people is dangerous for everyone.
The entire transport sector in Kenya is extremely chaotic and in need of urgent policy and legal interventions.
WHO’s safeguarding failure in the DRC has re-focused attention on the sexual misconduct that surfaces with disgraceful regularity in humanitarian, development, and peacekeeping operations worldwide.
A gender perspective to public health is essential to human rights and safety in crises situations.
Persuading men to participate more meaningfully in transforming gender relations is essential to shifting attitudes and behaviours linked to the “patriarchal dividend”.
The protests carried on for days and continue to simmer in a country whose social fabric has been torn by toxic masculinity and a violent colonial past.
A BBC documentary titled ‘Sex for Grades’ has exposed the extent of systematic sexual abuse against female students in West African universities. Although cases have been reported they are almost always dismissed due to lack of evidence causing an endemic that has left students vulnerable and unprotected.