AfriForum on Tuesday announced at a media briefing in Centurion several international actions against expropriation, farm murders, hate speech, and discrimination.
Ernst Roets, Head of Policy and Actions of AfriForum, Monique Taute, Campaign Manager, and Kallie Kriel, CEO of AfriForum, expanded on the plan.
Taute says the campaign will have three different stages.
- Awareness of the situation in South Africa;
- Support among opinion-makers, governments, and other decision-makers; and
- Mobilization of the South African diaspora and foreigners who have an interest in South Africa to take meaningful action.
The campaign will kick off with a visit to the US in February, during which the report will be discussed with several decision-makers in Washington, DC.
Thereafter, the campaign will continue with various international awareness campaigns, which include visits to countries in South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia. AfriForum is already in discussions with various governments and other decision-makers in these countries.
According to Afriforum, its biggest plan yet is to inform the international community about the violation of minority rights in South Africa.
With this plan, AfriForum wants to recruit foreign support and mobilize people abroad to get involved in various focal points in South Africa where they live.