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Implementation of the Broad GBV Programme 365 Days NAP Confidential Adv. Thoko Majokweni - IDMT Chairperson ANT-RPE- Cabinet Presentation - 20 -03 -02 -LC 1 Copyright © 2002 Monitor Company Group, L. P. — Confidential — JOH
Confidential The Broad context of Sexual and Gender Based Violence in South Africa l. GBV Sexual and Domestic Violence seem to have stabilised at an unacceptably high level Often inappropriate indicators are used to assess increase Or decline leading to incorrect strategies and coping mechanisms l. The injurious nature, depth and breadth of its impact Does not seem to have been fully comprehended yet l. This Phenomenon has tremendous impact on the health and Justice systems l most of the time actual expenditure neither easy to quantify nor To recover from perpetrators (artrition & acquital rates). l. Prevention remains the most logical answer and yet most Illusive in its attainment. Even when achieve it is difficult to demonstrate due to the difficulty to prove that which has not happened. ANT-RPE- Cabinet Presentation - 20 -03 -02 -LC 2 Copyright © 2002 Monitor Company Group, L. P. — Confidential — JOH
The Salient Tenets of the 365 Days NAP l. Part One consists of annual calendar of events identified lto sustain the campaign throughout the year. l. Part two are the priorities identified by the IDMT in government, l. Facilitated by SOCA unit of the NPA and l civil society partners for ending gender violence. l. Part three is a comprehensive multi sector action plan that l was launched in March 2006 in a rolling three year plan against which l targets are set; progress measured with annual refinement. l. Part four concerns the institutional mechanisms for the l implementation of the plan.
AFFIRMING SUPPORT FOR GLOBAL AND PAN-AFRICAN ACTIONS TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN (THE BENONI DECLARATION) Done this 25 th Day of November 2006 l l l Undertake the promotion, encouragement, support and facilitation of legal reforms and formulation of appropriate and adequate legislation, policies and strategies aimed at enforcing human rights as well as ending all forms of Violence Against Women and Children across our continent. Accelerate this growing awareness while ensuring efficient and effective mechanisms to expeditiously transform the prevention and management of Gender Based Violence within our respective countries by, for example, creating speedy and efficient mechanisms for mutual technical assistance and collaboration. Support the initiatives of the continental structures established for the sustainable development of Africa and improvement of its peoples’ lives.
AFFIRMING SUPPORT FOR GLOBAL AND PAN-AFRICAN ACTIONS TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN (THE BENONI DECLARATION) Done this 25 th Day of November 2006 l l l Join forces collectively to promote 365 days of consistent prevention, response, support and development programmes of ‘Non-Violence Against Women and Children’ and due observance of relevant commemorative dates. Recognize the importance of national and international partnerships and, pledge to continuously forge and strengthen collaboration with Civil Society i. e. Non Government and Faith Based Organizations; Organized Labour and Businesses; the Media, etc. ; Traditional Leadership; Bilateral and Multilateral Institutions including the United Nations and, Agree to convene periodically and at least once per year to continuously monitor and evaluate our demonstrable achievements and share new and emerging issues, challenges and best practices.
IDMT’s Value Proposition l l l l l Joint planning; Common priorities; Provision of leadership; Increase access to resources; Better alignment and coordination; Sharing of responsibilities; Access to government systems; Result-based monitoring and evaluation; Meeting service delivery deadlines;
Confidential Anti-Rape Strategy Framework: choices to be made about where to distribute energy and resources What is Bad? l Prevention Response Lack of safe places situational and environmental l High backlog in cases Education campaigns TCC’s Integrated response centers l l Support What is Good? l Limited roll out of services to rural areas l Victims Charter & Empowerment Initiatives What is Missing? l A profile of offenders and survivors / victims Blueprint to fix CJS for effectiveness in dealing with rape cases l Relevant and systematic support l • A balance must be found across the actions • Key choices need to be made in terms of how to prioritise which department needs to react ANT-RPE- Cabinet Presentation - 20 -03 -02 -LC 9 Copyright © 2002 Monitor Company Group, L. P. — Confidential — JOH
Confidential Every department needs to be involved to address these problems l l l l n entio l l Prev l l po ns e l Correctional Services Social Development SAPS Justice NPA Health “Community” Communications Re s l l l l l ANT-RPE- Cabinet Presentation - 20 -03 -02 -LC SAPS DCS Justice Education Health NGOA CBOA Social Development NGOs/Civil Society l l l Sup port l l l 10 Social Development Education Health Local and Provincial Government Housing Transport DTI SAPS Justice DACST Sports and Recreation Labour Water Affairs Minerals and Energy Copyright © 2002 Monitor Company Group, L. P. — Confidential — JOH
Confidential The IDMT PROGRAMME GOVERNANCE & COORDINATION STRUCTURE Interface with Government Structures Government Reference Group Civil Society Reference Group (365) IDMT Proj. Mgrsx 3 Strategy Proj. Mgrsx 3 Project Administrators x 2 Project Secretary Programme Office Interface with External Bodies and Role Players UN, AU, SADC, ECOWAS, etc. Interdepartmenta l Management Team (IDMT) Departmental Representatives Funders’ Representatives Strategy/Specialist Project Managers (External) Integrating Project Manager (External+Internal) Project Administrator Research Steering Committee Project Manager Support Work stream Project Manager Response Work stream Project Manager Prevention Work stream Research Assistants Research Vendors Service Providers Government players Research Assistants Research Vendors Service Providers Various Groups ANT-RPE- Cabinet Presentation - 20 -03 -02 -LC 11 Copyright © 2002 Monitor Company Group, L. P. — Confidential — JOH
The Prevention Research Study: What the IDMT wanted to know Factors giving rise to rape l Who are these perpetrators? l Why are they raping? l Specific factors that increase potential victims’ vulnerability? l Implications on prevention strategies l How current interventions can be improved to deal effectively with rape? l
Discourse Identify, understand deal with causalities and mythologies around SGBV esp. rape. l Ongoing work with those who shape discourse: l l l Media Opinion makers Politicians Heads of departments Popular figures – youth.
Confidential April 04 – April 05 New cases Finalised cases Conviction Rate J court is Thuthuzela Court ANT-RPE- Cabinet Presentation - 20 -03 -02 -LC 14 Copyright © 2002 Monitor Company Group, L. P. — Confidential — JOH
Confidential ANT-RPE- Cabinet Presentation - 20 -03 -02 -LC 15 Copyright © 2002 Monitor Company Group, L. P. — Confidential — JOH
Continental Collaboration under the Leadership of the APA and with the kind assistance of the Government of Denmark and US Government DANISH ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME-Unicef GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA-Rti AFFECTED COUNTRIES ANGOLA MOZAMBIQUE LESOTHO ZIMBABWE MALAWI BOTSWANA ETHIOPIA BENIN KENYA ZAMBIA
Confidential SUPPORT • Victim Empowerment • VEP POLICY • SHELTER POLICY • MINIMUM STANDARDS • VICTIMS CHARTER • DIRECTORY OF SERVICES • ANNUAL SEXUAL OFFENCES INDABA • TCC AUDIT • TCC ROLL OUT PLAN • SITE SELECTION BASED ON EMPIRICAL INFORMATION • VICTIM CENTRED MODEL IMPLEMENTATION PROTOCOLS • PERPETRATOR SUPPORT PROGRAMME • SEXUAL OFFENCE TREATMENT PROGRAMME • VICTIM – OFFENDER MEDIATION PROGRAMME • INDIVIDUALISED OFFENDER REHAILITATION PATH DEFINITION ANT-RPE- Cabinet Presentation - 20 -03 -02 -LC 17 Copyright © 2002 Monitor Company Group, L. P. — Confidential — JOH
Positioning Ourselves for New Challenges: Human Trafficking Key Objectives … Make people less vulnerable to being trafficked …Rescue more victims and better protect them …Track, disrupt and punish perpetrators more successfully …Mainstream trafficking into the work of all relevant participating Departments
Human Trafficking Strategy RESULT AREAS 1. Knowledge & Understanding of trafficking deepened- Building Knowledge and Information Through Research 2. Cooperation and Coordination Legislation & Policy Development; Victim Support & Integration; Liaison & Consultation 3. Capacity Building & Training –Systemic Capacity Building & Skills Development Public Education & Awareness programmes 5. Evaluation & Audit-Monitoring & Evaluation 4.
Progress Made UN study on VAW and children of 2006, then UN SG, Kofi Annan recognized & declared the SA-TCC model as the best practice model in the world; l Model adopted by Chile, scaled up in South Africa & to be rolled out to 10 African countries by US (WJEI) and Danish Governments (Unicef) while we continue to upscale in SA; l Integrated GBV Strategy to assist government to deal with trafficking in the light of the upcoming 2010 Soccer World Cup with inherent risks and threats of women & children being pimped and trafficked; l
Progress Made l l l Sexual Offences Training-the first time ever training of 1 st responders like 10111, CPU, Front Line Officers at the Community Service Centres (police stations), the investigations and detection of sexual offences; Integrated Gender-Based Violence training in 7 Thuthuzela Sites in 7 provinces Training on Human Trafficking saw us last year alone succeeding to capacitate 1400 role-players incl. NGOs Establishment of International Advisory Committee (AG); Established the PMU;
Progress Made The IDMT Strat & Ops Plan being developed outlines the phased pathway for assistance beyond SA to African countries intending implementing the multi-sectoral approach using TCC establishment as the gateway to promoting Inter-African solidarity in fighting GBV.
Progress Made Key Reporting Deliverables: Tsireledzani Programme 1. Finalization of the National Action Plan; 2. Provincial Task Teams established; l Limpopo Strategic Planning Workshop – 9 to 11 Sep 2009 l Kwa-Zulu Natal Task Team on Human Trafficking, Pornography, Prostitution and Brothels (HPPB) l Mpumalanga Task Team Launch Workshop – 20 to 21 Oct 2009; l Mpumalanga Task Team Strategic Planning Workshop – 25 to 26 Nov 2009; 3. Regional Coordination l Mpumalanga Women’s Day Workshop, Nelspruit – 8 to 9 August 2009 -Mozamique, Swaziland & Lesotho. l Gender Justice Regional Summit, Cape Town – 8 to 10 Nov 2009 14 countries
Lessons to Learn l l l Multisectoral approach with a clearly defined delivery mechanisms viz. , the multidisciplinary TCC model works in fighting SGBV; Stakeholder involvement i. e. , consisting of government, civil society, business, religious and traditional leaders is very critical; Nothing Beats the Establishment of coordination & cooperation mechanisms amongst partners with clearly defined roles & responsibilities using Mo. U/SLAs; It is very difficult to implement programmes without an allocation of dedicated funding for multi-sectoral work on SGBV programmes; Assess frankly & realistically what SGBV programmes are up against with baseline to check & measure progress
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