Author Archive | tasara

Bulletin 104: Child Labour

Child labour is a global problem to an extent that the ILO set 12 June as the World Day Against Child Labour. This bulletin informs the public on child labour, defined by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) as “work that is mentally, physically socially or morally harmful to children and interferes with their schooling.” Read more [...]

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Bulletin 103: Social accountability

This bulletin focuses on the accountability of government actors toward citizens through citizen or civil society organizations (CSOs) led efforts to hold government accountable. Democratic governance recognises citizens’ rights to demand accountability and public actors’ obligations to be accountable. Read more…Bulletin 103 Social Accountability

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Bulletin 102:The National Transitional Justice Working Group In Zimbabwe

This bulletin informs the public on the National Transitional Justice Working Group (NTJWG) in Zimbabwe. The NTJWG is a platform established by 46 non-state Zimbabwean transitional justice stakeholders to provide an interface between transitional justice stakeholders and the official transitional justice processes in Zimbabwe. Read more …Bulletin 102 The NTJWG

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4th QPVR 2014

The Quarterly Political and Human rights violations report is produced by the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (the Forum). It is a monitoring tool to track and document trends in civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights violations. This report covers the period between October and December 2014 and highlights developments, statistics and trends in [...]

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Alert:Assault of Itai Dzamara

Today the 6th of  November 2014, Itai Dzamara, the organiser of Occupy Africa Unity Square and two co-protestors, were once again severely assaulted by riot police. The three, Itai Dzamara, Tafadzwa Charumbira and Tichaona were indiscriminately assaulted all over their bodies until Dzamara fell unconscious.  Dzamara and colleagues had planned to march in the city [...]

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