#NotOurLeaders - Have your say
What should political leadership do?
During this year’s 16 Days of Activism, the Women and Democracy Initiative (WDI) of the Dullah Omar Institute at the University of the Western Cape, Lawyers for Human Rights (LHR), and gender violence specialist, Lisa Vetten, turn the spotlight on political representatives accused of sexual violence and the practices that protect and enable their sexual misconduct and abuse.
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What should political parties do if one of their members is accused of sexual misconduct?
Suspend member immediately
Start internal disciplinary procedures immediately
Place member on special leave
Wait for criminal charges (if any) to run its course
Should politicians found guilty of sexual misconduct remain in public office/government positions?
What should happen to elected representatives found guilty of sexual misconduct?
What conditions should be met before someone found guilty of sexual misconduct can hold public office/government position again?
Should there be a time period before someone found guilty of sexual misconduct should be allowed to hold public office/government position again?
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