The YWL team at Wits University publishes
The Young Women's Leaderhip team at the University of the Witwatersrand has published! Their article is titled: 'Half of the picture: Interrogating common sense gendered beliefs surrounding sexual harassment practices in higher education' and is published by the Agenda journal. Below, please see the reference for the article:
Kiguwa, P., Nduna, M., Mthombeni, A., Chauke, P., Selebano, N. & Dlamini. N. 2015. Half of the picture: Interrogating common sense gendered beliefs surrounding sexual harassment practices in higher education, Agenda: Empowering women for gender equity. 1-12.
The Young Women’s Leadership Project on Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) is an action research project which works with university women in five different Southern African countries to educate them for improved sexual and reproductive health rights, while building feminist leadership skills in young women. The young women who participate in the project are educated in gender, sexuality studies and SRHR in order to build advocacy skills around gender and SRHR on their respective campuses in and in their countries. Partner institutions are the University of Botswana, The University of Namibia, the University of Zimbabwe, Eduardo Mondlane University in Mozambique, University of KwaZulu-Natal, the University of Witwatersrand and the University of Cape Town. The Young Women’s Leadership Project is funded by the Ford Foundation and coordinated by the African Gender Institute.