Human Rights Media Centre Fundraiser
- By: Human Rights Media Centre
- Short URL: https://www.backabuddy.co.za/hrmc-fundraiser
- Date Created: 14 September 2021
R 1 612
R 10 000
Human Rights Media Centre (HRMC) was founded in Salt River, Cape Town, two decades ago.
This non-profit organisation documents and disseminates South Africa's narrative history through multi-media platforms.
HRMC aims to create awareness around issues of human rights, as well as refugees and asylum seekers.
The organisation seeks to uphold the recommendations made by the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission by following the lives of communities and individuals impacted by the violence of the apartheid state and by creating awareness of the progress that has been made or not made in the process of reconciliation.
Additionally, through the Umoja WaMama Craft Cooperative, HRMC aims to redress the country's socio-economic injustices faced by marginalised women.
- Sep 18, 2023 - USD $ 32.42 Fees covered
- "" - Anonymous
- Oct 20, 2022 - USD $ 29.53 Fees covered
- "podcasting masterclass" - Davorka Turk
- Sep 24, 2021 - USD $ 35.82 Fees covered
- "donation for HRMC's podcasting training" - Davorka Turk
- Sep 21, 2021 - R 100.00 Fees covered
- "good luck with your work" - Shirley Gunn
Human Rights Media Centre
Human Rights Media Centre (HRMC) was founded more than two decades ago in 2000.
This non-profit organisation documents and share South African narrative histories through multi-media platforms and engages in art, memory and memorial projects.
HRMC creates awareness around issues of human rights, as they affect women, youth and children, workers, refugees and asylum seekers, victims and survivors of gross human rights violations during apartheid, as well as those with visual disabilities.
The organisation seeks to hold the South African government accountable to delivering the recommendations of the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission (SATRC) by providing platforms for communities and individuals impacted by the violence of the apartheid state to share their stories for human rights awareness and education and through its membership and contribution to the South Africa Coalition for Transitional Justice.
Additionally, through the Umoja Wamama Crafters Cooperative, HRMC aims to improve the lives of marginalized of women, which involves training too.