Wednesday, 12 December 2018 08:49

Use your power to stop a bullet

You have the power to help reduce and prevent gun violence; raise your voice in support of a South Africa free from gun violence.

      • Arm yourself with the facts – see our Resources for latest news and information on gun violence and how it can be prevented.
      • Speak to family members, friends and colleagues about the dangers of guns, how unsafe guns make you feel and your vision for a gun violence free South Africa.
      • Reach out to your wider community by writing letters to your local newspaper, phoning your local radio station, tweeting or blogging.
      • Monitor government actions to reduce gun violence and raise your voice in support or criticism e.g. applaud the police for gun recovery and destruction campaigns but be critical when you hear of instances where the law hasn’t been implemented, resulting in unfit people being granted gun licences.
      • Support campaigns aimed at reducing gun violence.
      • Take action to save a life.

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