Embrace Dignity has appointed intern Ntebaleng Morake, a black radical feminist committed to the dismantling of racial, gendered, classed, sexed and various other intersecting oppressions, to our organisation. Morake holds a Bachelor of Social Science degree in International Relations, Public Policy and Administration, and Gender Studies from the University of Cape Town (UCT). She also recently completed her Bachelor of Social Science Honours degree in Gender and Transformation at the African Gender Institute at UCT. Morake has spoken on intersectional feminism and human rights on numerous platforms, both locally and internationally. This includes speaking at the African Union Commission on the theme African Year for Human Rights with Particular Focus on the Rights of Women. She will serve as an intern in the Embrace Dignity Advocacy Unit and the Media Unit and fulfilll the duties of a Professional Assistant to the Executive Director of Embrace Dignity as part of her internship.