Tag Archive: Sacred

Nov 07

SACRED vacancy for Executive Director

SACRED is looking for a new Executive Director, based in South Africa. SACRED is a social justice organisation committed to providing a progressive Jewish voice on relevant social, moral, ethical and religious issues in South Africa. It aims to counteract religious discrimination in all its forms; to advance freedom of religion, and to promote fundamental …

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Aug 24

Charlotte Fisher on 702 radio this Sunday

Charlotte Fisher (Executive Director of SACRED) will be on the Kate Turkington show on 702, talking about SACRED this Sunday at 9pm.SACRED is an SAUPJ-led initiative to encourage relilgious equality and inter-faith dialogue.

Jul 05

Beit Emanuel Members elected to National Organisations

A hearty Mazel Tov to the following Beit Emanuel Members who have been elected to executive posts in our National Affiliated Organizations: SAUPJ & SAFPJ- Steve Lurie (Chair) – also a member of Bet David; SAFPJ – Dr. Paul Davis; WPJ-SA (formerly SAUTS) – Marilyn Trujillo (Secretary); SACRED – Dr. Dora Wynchank and Charlotte Fischer …

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May 31

First AGM of SACRED held next Friday at BE

SACRED’s mission is to provide a progressive Jewish voice on relevant social, moral, ethical and religious issues in South Africa; to counteract religious discrimination in all its forms; to advance freedom of religion and to promote fundamental rights and freedoms through advocacy, activism, scholarly contributions to public discourse and public interest litigation. Whilst we are …

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May 03

Campaign against the exclusion of women

This week in South Africa we have celebrated Freedom Day, which marks 18 years since we became a democracy. In the new South Africa, our Constitution places a duty upon us to promote equality in all spheres of our lives. Gender equality is central. Nelson Mandela said, “freedom cannot be achieved unless the women have …

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Nov 21

Wear black on Tuesday 22nd to protest Info Bill

“The impending passage of the Protection of Information Bill, over the objections of a consensus of civic organizations and media organizations, without adequate protection for public interest and “whistle-blowers” poses a great threat to the integrity of democracy in South Africa. The South African Centre for Religious Equality and Diversity [SACRED] joins in urging all …

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