About Silent Rights and our history
We are about dvocating and creating awareness for Women and Child Abuse, Gender-Based Violence, and Human Rights.
Chantelle Morrison founded Silent Rights after experiencing Domestic Abuse and was unable to get affordable assistance and guidance on how to protect her basic human rights. She realized a great need to help women who were facing the same challenges, and used her experience and her voice to help thousands of women in need.
Through founding Silent Rights and partnering with various organizations and companies we are able to provide the following services, at no cost, to victims in need throughout South Africa:
Silent Rights has received recognition in various newspaper articles throughout South Africa, as well as an award for Organization of the Month February 2022. I have received various awards not only for my work with Silent Rights, but also for the community.
Silent Rights has collaborated with local SAPS (South African Police Services) for awareness events, as well as other organizations such as i-Lead Self Defense teaching vulnerable women and children self-defense techniques. As well as facilitating various fundraising initiatives.