Lydia Mandela FlagThe Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa (SERI), in partnership with the South African Cities Network (SACN), the National Upgrading Support Programme (NUSP) and Constitution Hill, invite you to the launch of a short documentary on sanitation for women with disabilities living in informal settlements entitled, “The Struggle to be Ordinary”. The film raises awareness of the intersection of gender, disability and basic services in informal settlements in South Africa.

Commissioned by the Ford Foundation and produced by SERI, twospinningwheels and the Pegasys Institute.


WHO: Sello Mothotoana (City of Johannesburg), David Morema (NUSP), Shelley Barry (twospinningwheels) and Susan Mkhwanazi (Slovo Park Community Development Forum), facilitated by Rehana Moosajee (The Barefoot Facilitator).

WHEN: 16 August 2019, 09:00 – 12:00

WHERE: Human Rights Conference Room in the Old Fort, Constitution Hill

     Parking: Basement D, Constitution Hill 

RSVP: Thato Masiangoako (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) / 011 356 5865 by 9 August 2019.

  • Download the invitation here.