Trending Topic – Prison Life Prison Gangs and our youth’s potential by Citizen Justice Network | Apr 22, 2016 | Hennenman, Prison Life, Success Stories Kenneth Bosakwe (left) initiated Ambassadors of Change in 2010 after he was released from prison. It was in response to the high number of young people that he saw in prison. He was concerned about what life would be like for them after prison. read more CJN trains community paralegals to be radio journalists. To do this we are partnered with the following advice offices and radio stations Orange Farm Human Rights Centre (Gauteng) Thetha FM Kgatelopele Social Development Forum (Northern Cape) Kurara FM Messina Legal Advice Centre (Limpopo) Musina FM Amaoti Community Resource Centre (KZN) Inanda FM Interchurch Local Development Agency (Eastern Cape) Nkqubela FM (KQ FM) Ficksburg Advice Centre (The Free State, on the border with Lesotho) Setsoto FM Senzokuhle Advice Centre (Mpumalanga) Voice of the community (VOC FM ) Ventersdorp Human Rights Legal Network (North West) Star FM Dobsonville Human Rights Centre (Gauteng) Sloot FM Lebo Nyelele (Independent Paralegal) (Free State) The Rock FM Kwaguca Advice Office (Mpumalanga) Emalahleni FM Amaotana Community Advice Office (KZN) Izwi Lomzanzi FM Letlhabile Network Against Abuse & HIV/AIDS (North West) MADIBENG FM Eastern Cape Human Rights Legal Advice Office (Eastern Cape) UCR FM Previous partnerships Jersey Farm Advice and Information Centre (Eastern Cape) UCR FM FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA Facebook Twitter (@citizenjusticen) SoundCloud YouTube On average, every day a paralegal journalist with the help of CJN produces a piece of social justice content to be broadcast on a partner radio station.