At EOH, we pledge to make our voice heard, to help fight morally and ethically
unacceptable behaviour in South Africa in support of the 16 days of activism movement.

16 Days of Activism against Women and Child abuse  is an international initiative with the aim of raising awareness of the impact that violence and abuse have on women and children and to rid society of all forms of abuse. It was first initiated in 1991 at the inaugural Women's Global Leadership Institute, held by the Center for Women's Global Leadership (CWGL) at Rutgers University. Since 1991, more than 6,000 organisations from  187 countries have participated in the campaign.

This campaign takes place every year during the period of the 25th of November (International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women) to 10th of December (International Human Rights Day), and also includes recognition of Universal Children’s Day and World AIDS Day.

EOH is committed supporting initiatives like these both within and outside of EOH, in order to help grow our great Nation and to continue building an organisation that South Africa can be proud of. EOH strongly condemns any form of violence and abuse towards anyone in this country. We aim to inspire unity, tolerance and equality, built through a culture of Courageous Leadership.

In support of this campaign, we pledge to make our voice heard, to help fight immoral and ethical behaviour in South Africa.

#CourageousLeadership #16DaysofActivism

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At EOH, we pledge to make our voice heard, to help fight morally and ethically
unacceptable behaviour in South Africa in support of the 16 days of activism movement.

16 Days of Activism against Women and Child abuse  is an international initiative with the aim of raising awareness of the impact that violence and abuse have on women and children and to rid society of all forms of abuse. It was first initiated in 1991 at the inaugural Women's Global Leadership Institute, held by the Center for Women's Global Leadership (CWGL) at Rutgers University. Since 1991, more than 6,000 organisations from  187 countries have participated in the campaign.

This campaign takes place every year during the period of the 25th of November (International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women) to 10th of December (International Human Rights Day), and also includes recognition of Universal Children’s Day and World AIDS Day.

EOH is committed supporting initiatives like these both within and outside of EOH, in order to help grow our great Nation and to continue building an organisation that South Africa can be proud of. EOH strongly condemns any form of violence and abuse towards anyone in this country. We aim to inspire unity, tolerance and equality, built through a culture of Courageous Leadership.

In support of this campaign, we pledge to make our voice heard, to help fight immoral and ethical behaviour in South Africa.

#CourageousLeadership #16DaysofActivism

Share your pledge on social media

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