The Movement for Change and Social Justice at a Glance
The Movement for Change and Social Justice knows that our strength lies not only in the words we stand by, but most importantly through the actions of our initiatives. Back in 2016, our Non-Profit Organization realized that by working together we could overcome our challenges much more efficiently, and that is why we ultimately decided to launch The movement for change and social justice.
THE MOVEMENT FOR CHANGE AND SOCIAL JUSTICE
MAKE A DIFFERENT TODAY!
The Movement for Change and Social Justice wants to spread our message of hope and compassion. We believe that a single action can make a difference in the community, and that collective action can greatly impact the world. Through advocacy and outreach activities, our team works tirelessly each day to contribute their part to the greater good.
BEACON OF HOPE IN OUR COMMUNITY.
Movement for Change and Social Justice (MCSJ), is an alliance of organizations aiming to improve the health and lives of people in Gugulethu and surrounding areas. MCSJ originated out of a need to address several health and social issues that have emerged in various neighborhoods.
OUR VISION AND MISSION
A Safe Dignified and Equal Society
Empower the Community I Order to create MCSJ VISION 2024.
"We shall achieve our mission based on the following values" Mandla Majola
Movement for Change and Social Justice (MCSJ), is an alliance of organizations aiming to improve the health and lives of people in Gugulethu and surrounding areas. MCSJ originated out of a need to address several health and social issues that have emerged in various neighborhoods. MCSJ is working to strengthen the relationship between various NGO's and community organization in the area to address these issues and improve access to health and social services.
To achieve these goals , MCSJ will host open dialogues about sensitive issues in the community, organize short-term campaigns to address specific challenges, and promote gender equality and the improvement of men's and women health through education and health promotion. MCSJ is a joint imitative between the university of Cape Town (UCT), Brown University in USA, Sonke Gender Justice (SGJ), Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), and several other partners who share the same values and would like to collaborate to bring about change in our community. MCSJ is a not-for-profit, non-political, and non-religious initiative and is based in men's wellness Center (MWC) on the premises of the NY3 clinic in Gugulethu. Our working area is Klipfontein sub-district, which includes the neighborhood of Gugulethu, new Crossroads, Nyanga, manenberg, KTC, Philippi and Heideveld.
The Movement for Change and Social Justice
The Movement for Change and Social Justice (MCSJ) was an alliance of organizations aiming to improve the health and lives of people in Gugulethu and surrounding areas. MCSJ originated out of a need to address several health and social issues that have emerged in various neighborhoods.
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The Movement for Change and Social Justice is in the business of changing and shaping lives. The work we do at our Non-Profit Organization is aimed at providing a holistic approach to solving some of our society’s biggest challenges. We make sure our partners are empowered by creating opportunities for individuals and communities.
MCSJ Khayelitsha received 7000 masks which were donated by Umoja for Africa. The masks were distributed around Khayelitsha community. At the event we had an attendance of 50 people which were consisted of MCSJ members, AEDC members, Africa Centre, Umoja, Environmental Health, Khayelitsha Health Forum, Grassroots Youth Academy, Khayelitsha Community Trust, Ward 95 Councilor, Philani, Ithemba Peoples Movement, 36 section area committee
Khayelitsha, Cape Town
MCSJ, Khayelitsha Labour Community Media Forum and BM Community Development had a Gender Based Violence (GBV) march to hand over their memorandum to the Khayelitsha Police station
Khayelitsha, Cape Town
It so happened that the Deputy minister of police was in the area and he came along to receive the memorandum with the chief of the police in Gugulethu, A mobile station was placed at the clinic within 2 weeks.
Networking meeting between MCSJ, Iliso lamakhosikazi and UVA (University of Virginia) represented by Professor David Edmunds and Phoebe