Soul City Institute for Social Justice - Using a combination of mass media, social mobilisation and advocacy, we aim to improve the quality of life and health of people in Southern Africa through strengthening individuals, communities and society based on active citizenship and principles of social justice. It is driven by the recognition that human rights are fundamental to health and development.

  • Soul City Television Series — Soul City Institute for Social Justice - Soul City Its Real is the Institutes flagship television show which has become one of South Africa’s most loved television shows over the past 21 years.
  • Kwanda — Soul City Institute for Social Justice - When communities work together they can shift the environment, their wellbeing and break free of the cycle of poverty. Social and health issues are better addressed as a collective in order to effect the kind of change people want to see in their communities.
  • Soul Buddyz Television Series - Tomorrow is ours — Soul City Institute for Social Justice - Soul Buddyz is a multi media "edutainment" vehicle for children aged 8-12 years old designed to promote their health and well-being. Told through Television, Radio and print learner material, it closely reflects the lives, struggles and joys of 8 -12 year olds in our changing society.
  • Re-engineering Primary Health Care — Soul City Institute for Social Justice - The re-engineering of Primary Health Care (PHC) aims to increase access of health services to the general public and to improve the quality of health services in general.
  • Rise Young Women’s Clubs — Soul City Institute for Social Justice - Rise Young Women’s Clubs aim to mobilise and empower young women to participate in taking responsible action to shape their lives and the communities they live in.
  • Regional Alliance — Soul City Institute for Social Justice - Countries in Southern Africa have political and historical connections which encourage them to work together. People travel throughout the region sharing a similar social culture therefore have comparable social challenges plaguing countries.
  • Previous Advocacy — Soul City Institute for Social Justice - Advocacy is defined as actions that bring about social change through a focus on policy and legislation. It aims to create an enabling environment which advances and protects health and development and within which people are more able to make healthy choices for themselves, their families and their communities. Creating an enabling environment means removing the structural barriers to health such as poverty and inequality.
  • The GoodLife Network (GLN) — Soul City Institute for Social Justice - The GoodLife Network (GLN) on channel 199 was launched on 1 December 2015, and offers South African and SADC viewers a one-stop shop for original and acquired health, fitness and lifestyle content.
  • Mother And Child Health Materials — Soul City Institute for Social Justice - These materials are aimed at people learning together in adult education and training groups, in formal and informal community groups, and in business and industry.
  • Water And Sanitation Materials — Soul City Institute for Social Justice - The Soul City Water and Sanitation manual is called “Breaking the Rules: New Approaches to Water and Sanitation and Health in South Africa”.
  • The Violence Against Women Training Materials — Soul City Institute for Social Justice - This package of materials is intended to be used specifically as training material.
  • The Soul City partner training organisations — Soul City Institute for Social Justice - Soul City developed a set of comprehensive HIV and AIDS learning materials which are aimed at adult learners working together in a group training situation.

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