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All the Cape Chameleon's articles about Human Rights.

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The Problem of Xenophobia in South Africa - Cape Chameleon

Foreigners in South Africa face violence and discrimination daily. Some believe they make it harder for everyone else, but is that the case?

A children's playroom in the abandoned building of the Rockland Psychiatric Center. photo – Free Toy Image on Unsplash Abandoned Asylums, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Places, City Buildings, Terrible Real Estate Photos, Good Morning Sister, C Is For Cat, Abandoned Hospital, Photography Guide
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Abandoned Children in South Africa - Cape Chameleon

Every year thousands of children are abandoned in South Africa. Organisations that work with the children tell us what they do to help.

What is astral projection and is it real? Astral projection is a term used to describe an Out-Of-Body experience (OBE). Easy guide on how to astral travel! Infj, Introvert, Dark Fantasy, Personalidad Infp, Christopher Campbell, Infp Personality Type, Personality Disorder, Hashimoto, The Vampire Diaries
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Domestic Violence in South Africa - Cape Chameleon

Domestic violence is a huge problem throughout South Africa and one that thousands of women face every day. A survivor tells her story.

Woman Zone // Bringing Women of the Mother City Together

Woman Zone - Cape Chameleon

Woman Zone is a non-profit group designed to bring women from different backgrounds and cultures together.

Mandela Day 2015 // A day devoted to giving back and service in honor of the late Nelson Mandela who devoted his life to making positive change.

Mandela Day 2015 - Cape Chameleon

A day devoted to giving back and service in honor of the late Nelson Mandela who devoted his life to making positive change.

Mandela Day 2014 // A day devoted to the legacy of Nelson Mandela that encourages people to honour his memory through acts of community service.

Mandela Day 2014 - Cape Chameleon

A day devoted to the legacy of Nelson Mandela that encourages people to honour his memory through acts of community service.

Village Heights // He took them to their home in Village Heights where he slit their throats and then turned the knife on himself attempting to take his own life.

Village Heights Township - Cape Chameleon

In a community plagued by violence, the volunteers and the caregivers at Gift of Hope help guide the children towards a brighter future.

Housing the Poor // Exploring the housing scheme Minister Bonginkosi Madikizela from the Department . Housing the Poor The Mitchells Plain Housing Scheme. Human Settlement, Human Rights, Politics, Explore, Outdoor Decor, House, Pretty, Home, Haus
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Housing the Poor - Cape Chameleon

Exploring the housing scheme Minister Bonginkosi Madikizela from the Department of Human Settlements has implemented in Mitchells Plain

Corrective Rape A Horror // Continues for the Lesbian Community Photo: Olivia Raimonde

Corrective Rape - Cape Chameleon

Exploring the discrimination and violence South Africa's LGTB community still faces and what some organisations are doing to combat it.

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Enough is Enough - Cape Chameleon

Examining the protests and exploring the solutions to ending domestic violence in South Africa.

The Chronicles of the Homeless // In Cape Town, homeless people are numerous and their presence is prominent but how many have taken the effort to really learn their stories?

The Chronicles of the Homeless - Cape Chameleon

In Cape Town, homeless people are numerous and their presence is prominent but how many have taken the effort to really learn their stories?

Young in Prison // The Gift of Second Chances. Second Chances, Going Back To School, Human Rights, Prison, Outdoor Decor, Gift, Gifts, Presents
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Young in Prison - Cape Chameleon

Young in Prison is a NPO that helps rehabilitate young people who have been to prison so that they can go back to school, get a job and start afresh.

Community Projects // Lavender Hill Residents Turn Goals Into Reality Photo: Hiromi Shirahase

Community Projects - Cape Chameleon

The residents of Lavender Hill have developed various community projects to improve their neighbourhood and combat the 42% rate of unemployment.

To celebrate Human Rights Day this week, Projects Abroad volunteers went into the centre of Cape Town to ask South Africans about the issue of Human Rights.

Human Rights Day Event

To celebrate Human Rights Day this week, Projects Abroad volunteers went into the centre of Cape Town to ask South Africans about the issue of Human Rights.

Imagine you could ‘Design Out Crime’. That sounds pretty cool. Well, a project called VPUU does just that. Jello, Pretty Cool, Human Rights, Spotlight, Crime, Neon Signs, Cool Stuff, Design, Gelatin
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Design Out Crime - Cape Chameleon

Imagine you could ‘Design Out Crime’. That sounds pretty cool. Well, a project called VPUU does just that.

Truth & Reconciliation Commission // Interpret to Break Silence. Croup, Human Rights, City, Beach, Button, The Beach, Cities, Beaches, Buttons
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Truth & Reconciliation Commission - Cape Chameleon

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission was created in 1994, focusing on Nelson Mandela's leadership hallmark: reconciliation.