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Gun Free South Africa Toolkit

This toolkit has been designed for young South Africans aged 18–25. It offers a set of modules that give an overview of the issue of gun violence in South Africa, as well as ways in which all community members, in particular youth, can prevent and reduce gun violence and create safer communities — from the highest level of influencing policy to community level, including local activism and civic engagement.

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Highlights since 2010

Silencing the guns during Covid-19

Input on government policy and practice

How to make your space a GFZ

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Latest research, policies and lessons to prevent gun violence

Guides to take action to prevent and survive gun violence

Firearm Free Zone schools project

Media statements and opinion pieces

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Fact sheets and guides developed with the Children's Radio Foundation

Gun control and violence in SA

Official firearm-related forms

Latest News

The latest national crime statistics show that murder rates have again increased with almost half of all murders for which the weapon is known being from gunshots: 45% of murders were

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Supreme Court of Appeal: Gun Free SA welcomes the hard hitting judgment of the Supreme Court of Appeal that overturns an urgent interim interdict issued by Judge Bill Prinsloo in the Pretoria

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Gun Free SA welcomes the destruction of over 30,000 illegal firearms by the police on the eve of International Small Arms Destruction Day. Every day we hear about the destruction ...

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