For some time we’ve been acutely aware that although Caveat works to make quality legal services more accessible to business, it doesn’t service private individuals and as such doesn’t help some of the most vulnerable groups of people have better access to the law.
On our research, domestic violence and abuse affects two out of five people. Although there are a number of resources available to assist victims of domestic abuse, the lack of education on the topic is one of the greatest barriers to help that victims face. We realise that the problem is a massive one which will take a multi-faceted approach to effect proper social change, but we know that change is possible, and we know that we need to start somewhere.
The Warrior Project was founded in 2019 to provide victims of domestic abuse and violence (‘Warriors’) with access to information and a comprehensive directory of available resources. Visit The Warrior Project at www.thewarriorproject.org.za
Listen to Caveat CEO, Yvonne Wakefield, being interviewed on The John Maytham Show about the launch of the Warrior Project and breaking the silence around domestic abuse.
COVID-19 Response: Assisting the Business Community
As the COVID Crisis picks up speed worldwide, we are providing free legal assistance to entrepreneurs and business leaders facing legal questions arising from the lockdown. We’ve also challenged our competitors to do the same, and watch the space to see whether they will take up the challenge. Read article by our CEO, Yvonne Wakefield, published by Daily Maverick, and click here to submit an application for a free consultation.
Our Panel Members are also writing topical articles on the crisis here.