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Embrace is looking for a Network Mobiliser

We’re looking for a confident individual who is energised by meeting with people (individuals, groups and organisations), able to facilitate meetings and engagements, and skilled to assist the team with the continued development of the network strategy.

Mamandla Fellowship: Apply Today!

The Mamandla Fellowship is uniquely designed as an accessible opportunity for mother-supporters who wish to lead a pro-mother agenda for social change in South Africa. The Fellowship is a year-long journey that includes compulsory in-person engagements, on-line learning and ad-hoc community conversation amongst the fellows. Attendance and participation at all fellowship engagements is compulsory. The Fellowship is designed to build community and networking. It is not an individual learning journey and fellows commit to showing up for each other during their fellowship journey. Every effort will be made to support logistics for participation. There will be no monetary contribution required for Fellows.

Embrace is looking for a Content Creator!

Embrace is looking for a content creator who can effectively use multimedia to bring narratives to life. This is a Cape Town-based post, with domestic travel required. We’re looking for a vibrant, creative, hardworking and self-driven individual who will manage and grow our online presence,

Back to Voting Basics

With election day less than a month away, we thought we would go over a few voting fundamentals. We’ve put together a quick guide for mothers and mother-supporters on how to make a well-informed voting decision. Here a few things to remember as we get ready to cast our votes on 1 November:

Embrace is hiring!

Embrace, the movement for mothers, seeks to employ an advocacy and communications strategist. This is a senior-level, full-time post. The successful candidate will join a small, dynamic team that serves as the engine of a national network-driven movement.

All We Want for Mother’s Day

As mothers, we know better than most that our children are the future, and we appreciate the outpourings of gratitude for our role in shaping that future. But we also want you to know: gratitude alone is not enough – not while pregnant mothers go hungry; not while 1 in 3 mothers suffer from mental disorders during and after pregnancy; not while teenage girls cannot access basic reproductive healthcare services, and not while it is possible for a woman to be beaten while she is labouring.