A Commission for Social Cohesion convened to address the issues of both Xenophobic and Racial tensions that are prevalent in the country at the moment. The aim of the commission was to create a mechanism which would bring together the progressive views which the majority of South Africans have with regards to Social Cohesion. With these views, we would therefore draft a tool to be used for the implementation of long standing and effective programs that will address the key areas of which need urgent intervention, and leadership.
It is with this that we present, the Social Cohesion Charter of 2015. We invite all who subscribe to the philosophy therein to sign the charter individually or on behalf of Organisations. Several Organisations have agreed to sign thus far, and would appreciate your support in spreading this around the country and the continent. You can click on the link below to read the Charter: