The Commission for Gender Equally supports the #totalshutdown campaign that will see women in their thousands marching in various locations across the country on 01 August 2018 in an effort to raise awareness on the rampant killings of women and children. The Gender Commission’s support is informed by Section 11(1)g of the CGE Act 39 of 1996 as amended that states it shall liaise and interact with any organisation which actively promotes gender equality and other sectors of civil society to further the objective of the Commission. The Gender Commission supports this noble course as it aides its own vision of creating a society free from gender oppression and inequality.
This year the country is celebrating the centenary of Mama Albertina Nontsikelelo Sisulu and Tata Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela who were committed or cared about the well-being of women and children. The Gender Commission appreciate and support all initiatives to fight the scourge of gender based violence in the country. The Gender Commission pledge its support to all women organisations’ initiative to strengthen the voice and be supportive towards gender based violence campaigns in the country.
“The Gender Commission believes the campaign will further emphasize the need for collaboration between state, civil society organisations, faith based organisations, trade unions and communities and the need for urgent intervention in response to increasingly high levels of gender violence perpetuated against women and children.,”Lulama Nare, the Chairperson of the Commission for Gender Equality.
What distinguishes the designers of robotics? First of all, all educational robotic designers are united by the fact that they have the function not only of the game, but also of learning – the very name of such kits speaks about it. Robots for kids may be accompanied by textbooks, workbooks, glossaries, teacher materials, etc. Constructors for younger groups, especially for preschoolers, as a rule, do not imply the use of voluminous pedagogical materials, but even here the child does not just play, but in an accessible form studies mechanisms.