Western Cape MEC of Community
Safety, Dan Plato, will launch the Western Cape Government’s 2015 16 days of
Activism Campaign for No Violence Against Women and Children in Freedom Park,
Mitchell’s Plain today.
MEC spokesperson Ewald Botha,
says through meaningful partnerships, like the partnership between SAPS, the
Department of Community Safety in the Western Cape and the public, are taking a
Botha explained that the 2015
campaign was started to encourage everybody in the communities to take a stand
against abuse behind the provincial theme: “Safety starts in your family.”
“We challenge every person in the province
to ensure that safety starts in your family and observe 16 days of activism for
no Violence Against Women and Children towards 365 days of action to eradicate
violence from our communities, Better Together.” said Botha.
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