Where else she has worked
Fazila has worked as a coordinator, trainer and mediator for programs related to gender issues such as gender-based violence, child support maintenance, sexuality, sexual reproductive health rights, and sexual harassment. She has also worked for almost a decade in family law matters, mainly in domestic violence and child support.
She has also done supervision work with students in their workplace learning programs for the University Of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Other work on gender and institutional change
Fazila is a volunteer facilitator with the Alternative to Violence Program (AVP) and currently serves on the management committee for the KwaZulu AVP network, a program initiated in prisons to work with perpetrators. Currently, AVP is run in universities, communities, churches and prisons. She has also participated in a research project carried out by the University of KwaZulu-Natal on the prevention of sexual harassment and teenage pregnancy in schools.
Dreams & Passions
“My other interest lies in complimentary therapy and I am also trained in a discipline called capacitor, which uses a holistic approach to trauma debriefing and capacity building. I love reading and writing poetry. I also love art and am a novice artist.”