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Response to State coordinated attack on Civil Society

The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (the Forum) has noted with great regret the state’s coordinated and systematic attack on civil society organisations in Zimbabwe through falsehoods in the media, arbitrary arrests, detention and malicious prosecutions of civil society leaders and staff members. These malicious moves are not only shameful but in violation of the [...]

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Report on the Media Institute of Southern Africa Digital Rights and Digital Migration Report Launch

DATE: 9 MAY 2019 VENUE: MONOMOTAPA HOTEL, HARARE (Attended by Dzikamai Bere and Farirai Sibanda) 1. PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS The report launch was attended by at least twenty-seven (27) participants. Participants were from the Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA), the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum, Baker Tilly Zimbabwe, the Sunday Times, NewsDay, Tell Zim [...]

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Africa concerns with anti-impunity in Zimbabwe

 The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (The Forum) envisions a society which promotes and protects all human rights of all people. It is in this spirit that we continue to monitor the human rights situation in the country and provide consolidated legal support to victims and employ advocacy strategies driven towards contributing to an anti-impunity [...]

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Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum and Law Society of Zimbabwe Shadow Provincials and Metropolitan Councils Bill Stakeholder Consultative and Validation Meeting

The meeting was held on 28 March 2019 at Cresta Lodge in Harare. There were 45 participants drawn from civil society, residents’ associations, Parliament of Zimbabwe and Harare city Council. Participants welcomed the initiation done by the Law Society of Zimbabwe and the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum highlighting the importance of the involvement of [...]

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Action Aid Zimbabwe and Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum training on the African Charter on democracy, elections and governance.

Theme: “Harnessing our synergies for the Zimbabwe we want”.  The training was held at the Village Lodge in Gweru on 12-15 March 2019. There were 29 participants representing civil society organizations operating in Zimbabwe. The African Charter on Democracy Elections and Governance (ACDEG) was adopted on 30 January 2007 as the African Union’s main normative [...]

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