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Accountability Lab South Africa launched its third Integrity Icon campaign in 2020. The small, dedicated team also runs a youth film fellowship.

Integrity Icon: The second edition of this campaign culminated with an Integrity Summit and Awards Ceremony in October 2019 where the five Integrity Icons were presented with their awards in Johannesburg. The top five Icons were Moshalagae Malatji, Gugu Mlotshwa, Helimamy Moeng, Sakhile Nkosi, and Clinton Odayar, who work across the sectors of health, education, and safety. 

Integrity Icon Film Fellowship: The Integrity Icon Film Fellowship gives young people an opportunity to gain skills in filmmaking and storytelling. 

Has local government done enough or is the onus on the community to make the necessary changes they want to see? Cleremont residents discuss community based solutions: https://t.co/grsu1dfIht

"Speaking truth to power often has serious consequences - yet women persist."

Join us this week as we attend @frayintermedia's #ImSpeaking2021. This is a free global summit with 40 amazing women speakers from around the world. https://t.co/YGJD4sZibL

Nursing veteran and our 2018 Integrity Icon, Sister Elizabeth, inspired a new generation of nurses, who are determined to restore faith in this noble profession. Listen to the full conversation here: https://t.co/2XyGCGqfJX

As the 2021 local elections draw closer, what have been the core issues with previous local governments and how can they be addressed? @cathymohlahlana and our expert panelists discuss. Listen here: https://t.co/hocU6Ik0ip



Getting students debating solutions to gender-based violence

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By Samina Anwary It’s not often we get to explore “out there” solutions to entrenched socio-cultural problems to the extent that it becomes a formal debate with well researched arguments [...]