They stand their ground against gender-based violence event

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Durban City Hall foyer, Anton Lembede Street Durban
They stand their ground installation

Pathways Indra Congress: Cultural Literacy for Social Change

The Indra Congress is a global network of community artists, cultural practitioners, and educators. An alternative; mediator of arts and culture for intra- and inter-personal social change, it provides a safe space for youth to communicate social issues. The network actively participates in a biannual program where representatives of the different Indra hubs come together in a face-to-face congress.

Luthando Ngema

Luthando Ngema is the new ARROWSA Chairperson. Ms Ngema is a lecturer in Media at the School of Arts, University of KwaZulu-Natal. She is also a researcher, teacher and social media expert and one of the project leaders for the Fukamisa Intsha film project - community engagement for UKZN. She is a PhD candidate, Media and Cultural Studies UKZN.

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