Past Programmes / Projects

PROJECT [Focus Area]RATIONALERESPONSIBLETARGET GROUPTIMEPARTNER [S]OUTCOME [S]
3.1.1
Development and Adoption of the Charter of Positive Values
Development of values that sought to unite the nation on shared values and ethics.
A non-sectoral, non-partisan document of positive values
MRM through its Panel of ExpertsDifferent sectors of the community2004
2007
and
2008
Maurice Webb Race Relations Unit [University of KwaZulu-Natal]
Transnet Foundation
Department of Arts and Culture
• 2004 development of the Charter of Positive Values by MRM Panel of Experts.
• 2007 finalisation of the Charter of Positive Values at Ekurhuleni.
• Presentation of the Charter of Positive Values to former President Nelson Mandela on 25 July 2008.
• 29 July 2008 Adoption of the Charter of Positive Values Waterkloof Air force Base, witnessed by over 3,000 South Africans.
3.1.2
Mainstreaming of MRM in the Department of Correctional Services
Mainstreaming of MRMDepartment of Correctional ServicesPeople in conflict with the Law2005Department of Correctional Services• White Paper on Corrections 2005 as amended. Chapter 3
3.1.3
Declaration and Launch of the MRM July Month
The month of July declared and launched as MRM Month whereby society reflect and refocus on moral renewal issuesMRM National in partnership with provinces, local and regional structures 2009
2010
2011
2012
• 2009 launch of the MRM Month at Nirvana Hall in Polokwane.
• Different activities including Debates, Dialogues etc.
3.1.4
MRM Youth Programme
(Pilot Project)
Employment of youth as part of MRM job creation and skills transfer programme

16 Youth Coordinators, 2x from each province employed
MRM National officeIn and out of school youth and2011Provinces
Schools
Various communities
• In and out of school youth learning about positive values
• 16 Youth Coordinators 2x from each province (except WC) trained on work ethics and Charter of Positive Values
3.1.5
Domestic Workers Celebration
Celebrating Domestic Workers honoured by MRM for their role as pillars of home/family and societyMRM national officeDomestic Workers2012Transnet
Lilian Dube [actress]
Black Sash
• Domestic workers honoured, empowered and motivated at Birchwood Hotel.
3.1.6
Adoption of Charter of Positive Values by the Social Cohesion Summit
Popularise and enhance the Charter of Positive Values and the ethics embedded in the charter as means to achieve social cohesion MRM national office and Department of Arts and Culture Representatives of different parties and different sectors in of society represented in the 2012 Social Cohesion Summit2012Department of Arts and Culture• Representatives of different parties and different sectors of society represented in the 2012 Social Cohesion Summit adopt the Charter of Positive Values as the unifying document of positive values.
3.1.7
Charter of Election Ethics
Values and ethics of general elections by voters, those voted and those administeringMRM national officeParties; citizens; administrators2014PRASA, IEC, SABC, Political Parties, Labour• Charter distributed to political parties; CBO’s; Youth; First time voters, etc.
3.2.1
MRM COMMUNICATION PROGRAMME
MRM Billboards, Radio Adverts and MRM Short Film to communicate the different values of the Charter MRM Communication SubcommitteeFamilies; Schools; Institutions of Higher Learning; Business 2013-2014
[ongoing]
National Lotteries Board
SABC
• 45% of society and particularly youth to recognise and identify with the principles/values in the Charter of Positive Values
3.2.2
MRM PROJECT 20:20
Basic programme of MRM to let different sectors of SA society reflect and refocus on the moral health of the nation 20 years into democracy and come up with intervention strategies for the next 20 years with 4x priorities for the first yearMRM Head Office through MRM Regional Co-ordinators and structures Different sectors including youth, men, women, children business, media, traditional leaders, etc.2014-2015SAB
Masimanyane Women’s Support Centre
NHTL
University of Johannesburg
SAPS
Various FET Colleges and other partners
• Identify 4 priority areas for intervention that each sector will conduct to enhance positive values in society
• Present the outcomes to the Deputy President and later present to all party leaders and different sectors of the country by April 2015 when we celebrate Freedom day
• Communicate the Charter of Positive Values