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Active Citizenship programme

A mix of different interventions including constitutional awareness, advocacy, governance, human rights, democracy, coalition building, negotiations with local government regarding service delivery and leadership in co-operative organisations.

NPO & small and medium business (SMME) Capacity building programme

Conducted in groups of SMME/NPO’s – interventions provided against needs identified from a multi-dimensional perspective often aligned to corporate volunteer/outreach programmes alongside accredited training in skills development including mentoring component.

I’m Coming Out programme

Prepares offenders for successful reintegration into the community by reviewing their strengths and weaknesses and anticipating challenges that they will face. Each participant develops a personal action plan on how to prevent relapse, meet the community’s expectations, manage money and search for employment.

Restorative Justice programmes

Khulisa’s Restorative Justice initiative is differentiated from other Restorative Justice programmes in that it provides restorative interventions at all levels of the crime cycle form pre-charge, pre-trial, incarceration and reintegration and deals with both “minor” offences and serious/violent crimes. Community members are recruited and trained as mediators/facilitators for all Khulisa’s Restorative Justice programmes. Self-help and empowerment programmes are also provided to victims and survivors of crime which assists with the victim’s healing from the effects of crime.

Communities of Opportunity

Holistic community development. Khulisa works in geographic ecosystems with multiple stakeholders at grassroots level to address the causal factors of social and economic exclusion. From research conducted Khulisa then develops and renders, often on collaboration with local NGO’s bespoke interventions in accordance with communities needs ranging from interventions at schools, amongst unemployed youth and the community at large.

My Path Programme

My Path is a number of processes that promote behaviour change and skills development through creative writing, journaling and multiple theoretical self-development processes

Psychometric Assessments

Violence Risk Inventories Used to screen for exposure to violence, evaluate the current mental state concerning the stressful environment and to predict areas that present risks for victimisation. Focuses on emotional awareness, self-awareness, relationship skills, self-regulation, to capacitate the client and practitioner to implement relevant interventions

SHINE treatment and prevention programme

The programme assists trauma survivors to fashion narratives together, through storytelling, that respect the horror of trauma while at the same time opening up areas of change and development



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Lesley Anne Van Selm • Managing Director

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