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International Liaison Office: Annual Report 2004

Summary The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (The Forum) has been in existence since January 1998, when non-governmental organisations working in the field of human rights joined together to provide legal and psychosocial assistance to the victims of the food riots of January 1998. The International Liaison Office (IntLO) of the Forum started operations in [...]

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Human Rights Research Unit: Annual Report 2003

Introduction Throughout the year the Human Rights Research Unit (HRRU) endeavoured to pursue its objective of documenting, researching on and publishing reports on gross violations of human rights in Zimbabwe. The task was carried out in an environment where the collection of information was impeded by inaccessibility by the organisation to victims and Government’s hostility [...]

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International Liaison Office: Annual Report 2003

Introduction 2003 was a very exciting year in the international field, in which the IntLO was able to successfully contribute to a number of events. IntLO focuses on intergovernmental organizations, in particular the AU, Commonwealth, EU and UN. The most important work was in relation to the Commonwealth, where the beginning of the year saw [...]

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Human Rights Research Unit: Annual Report 2002

The primary objective of the Human Rights Research Unit (HRRU) is to record, research on, verify and publish gross violations of human rights in Zimbabwe. This is accomplished through the compilation of a database covering violations of the various rights and protections indicated in the UN International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. These databases [...]

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International Liaison Office: Annual Report 2002

The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (the Forum), which is a cooperation of 13 human rights organisations in Zimbabwe, in late 2001 found it necessary to establish an office outside the country. There were three main reasons for this; Firstly, the pressure on the Forum and its member organisations from the State machinery, including the [...]

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