Aim and Objective
The Rise Up Movement has run a number of campaigns.
Nelson Mandela Day at Kwadukuza in partnership with SAPS Umhlali. Outreach Programme 2022
Nelson Mandela Day at Kwadukuza in partnership with SAPS Umhlali. Outreach Programme
Human Trafficking awareness campaign on signs of Trafficking and Kidnapping
Stance Wars Event, Kwazulu Natal. Awareness on Gender Based Violence and Human Trafficking prevention and accountability.
Bass Crusaders Against Gender Based Violence Fundraising initiative
Winter blanket Drive 2022 with CMH Group Ballito
Community Welfare outreach KZN Floods
Child Awareness Campaign at Shakskraal SA primary school
Human Rights Month 2022
9 May 2021 Mother’s Day awareness at Shakaskraal, handing out flyers to various faith-based organisation on Gender Based Violence. This included local surgery staff. Flyer information consist of SAPS information and safety protocols.
April 2021 Freedom Day awareness held online social media, remembering our young women who lost their lives through domestic violence.
27 March 2021 self-defence skills offered to school going females at Ringside Boxing Umhlali. The purpose of this programme, to skill females on information and basic skills.
January 2021 Modern day Slavery month. Due to COVID19 lockdown measures in place, this campaign was mandated via social media awareness. Information shared was different forms of trafficking, safety protocols and awareness.
16 December silent demonstration held at Ballito bringing awareness on Gender Based Violence and Human Trafficking within our communities.
1 December 2020 Radio interview 88FM (Life&Style) this related to Gender Based Violence, understanding the different forms of this criminal act.
16 Days Activism against Gender Based Violence helped in partnership with SAPS Verulam/Umhlali Kwa-Zulu Natal. Awareness of a silent demonstration held on November 2020.
August 2020 – Women Month, celebrating women with flowers handed out at various intersection in the North Coast, celebrating women (random handouts). Keeping with the theme women should be acknowledged for their contribution towards economy, home, and the workplace. Women empowerment.
16 June 2020 awareness campaign on Gender Based Violence at various intersection in Kwa-Zulu Natal. The intent was standing up for the oppressed.
3 June 2020 awareness campaign held in Ballito. Silent demonstration on Gender Based Violence and Human trafficking.