Johannesburg — November 25 marks the start of 16 Days of Activism against gender-based violence (GBV), and this year, a new personal protection initiative for high school girls and young women at universities will be launched.
Mobile power bank provider Adoozy Power has joined forces with Women INPowered and the B.E.A.R Foundation to equip young South African females with the tools to stay safe, whether walking to school, while out with friends, or even in their own homes.
Listen: How Alison Botha’s tragic ordeal created an incredible initiative that has saved lives!
Mark Grobbelaar INpowered is not “self-defence” as understood by most people. “it will change the way you think, and you will look at the world around you differently “
On Gaurd: A series of articles written for the Citizen by Mark Grobbelaar
- In self protection if you don’t know you can you can’t
- It’s a Choice!
- Self defence course-Fact or Myth?
- Layers of Safety-Knowledge & Awareness
- Layers of Safety-Once off measures & Good daily habits
- Layers of Safety-Positioning
- Layers of Safety-Boundaries & Self worth
- Fit or Unfit to Fight
- Personal Protection-The five dos
- Personal Protection-The five don’ts
Fighting Against Gender Based Violence
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Listen: We speak with Mark from INpowered about the protection women should have…
KWK: Female Protection
Inpowered – an innovative approach to personal protection
HOW TO TAKE CHARGE IN A LIFE-THREATENING SITUATION
Listen: Mark talks to Bailey Schnieder of Smile FM
Watch: Mark talks to Martin Bester of jacarandaFM and Liesl Laurie bursts into tears after punching through board and taking her power back.