GBV service providers that include Padare, Zimbabwe Women Lawyers Association, Child Line,and Leonard Cheshire will join the Girls Legacy for the Stop the Bus Campaign Against GBV to be held at Hopely Farm.
PADARE together with other civic organisations will be commemorating the International Day of Peace at Nyamakosi Business Center, Mutoko District. The commemorations will start at 9am and end at 6pm. See you there.
Padare/Enkundleni/Men's Forum on Gender acting as the Zimbabwe MenEngage in-country network coordinating organisation together with other men's networks from Southern Africa that include Men's and Boys for Gender Equality, Sesotho Media, Men for Gender Equality Now , HOPEM, Lifeline/Childline Namibia, Sonke Gender Justice, Swaziland Action Group Against Abuse and Zambia National Women's Lobby will host a regional workshop on engaging governmen
Padare will be conducting dialogues with in school boys in Nkayi and Mutasa districts from the week starting 8 June 2015. The dialogues will be on positive masculinities, gender and gender responsive laws. The dialogues will also challenge the boys to take action against Gender Based Violence in the communities that they live through the utilization of localized referral pathways .
On June 6th hundreds of Padare from Alaska and Lion's Den in Makonde Districts took to the streets to protest against gender based violence on children. The message was loud and clear that all forms of violence were no longer to be tolerated, especially sexual violence against women and girls.