Karen Smit

On Sun 5 Oct, WAND supported Simone's Ribbons for Roses Build-a-Bear initiative for hearing impaired children.

WAND is proud to announce that one of our founders and activist Marlene le Roux, received an award on 24 October 2014 at the Mbokodo Awards which acknowledges women who support democracy and empower communities and individuals through their art.WAND is proud to announce that one of our founders and activist Marlene le Roux, received an award on 24 October 2014 at the Mbokodo Awards which acknowledges women who support democracy and empower communities and individuals through their art.

On 7 October the WAND team attended the Desmond Tutu International Peace Lecture at UWC (Cape Town) with Mary Robinson as the key note speaker.

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On 7 August 2014, the newly established e-initiative Women’s Achievement Network for Disability (WAND) was launched at the annual Artscape Women’s and Humanity festival. 

Approximately 200 people attended the event which included stakeholders from the disability and health sectors and women with disabilities.   Premier Helen Zille: the Western Cape Premier and Martelize Brink, RSG presenter were the two keynote speakers.