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Youth Day Parade For Justice and Change

Youth Day Parade For Justice and Change

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The Youth Day for Justice and Change 2022 aims to promote youth activisim, celebrate young peoples contribution to building this democracy and put across a call to action to youth from across the country to take forward and draw a spotlight on our issues as young people that need to be addressed with urgency. 

The Youth Day Parade is endorsed and supported by 60 organisations and formations (and counting) and aims to honour the lives of the 1976 generation by carrying forward the baton of activism in pursuit of equality, justice and change. 

The parade aims to harness and amplify the voices of youth across different sectors of society, from faith, sports and cultural groups to civic movements and other civil society bodies. 

We, the Youth, demand that our government do all in their power to effectively...

1. Combat youth unemployment, gender-based violence, climate change and crime,

2. Put an end to all forms of racism, discrimination and corruption,

3. Create sustainable and meaningful job opportunities, safe environments for learning and development, 

4. Provide free and quality education, healthcare and service delivery. 

While we recognise that this appeal only highlights a few challenges, we note that the only way forward is to work together in crafting solutions. We therefore call on all supporters, friends and justice loving individuals/companies to help us bring young people together in pursuit of these ideals and for us to begin the process of greater collaboration through non-violent action. 


  • May 30, 2022 - USD $ 34.63
  • "Have a great parade." - Gail Pettiford Willett

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Ahmed Kathrada Foundation Trust

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In pursuing its core objective of deepening non-racialism, the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation will:

Promote the values, rights and principles enshrined in the Freedom Charter and the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa;

Collect, record, promote and display, through historical artefacts and contemporary material.