Archive | Reports on political violence

3rd QPVR 2016

The Quarterly Political and Human Rights Violations Report is a monitoring tool to track and document trends in civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights violations. This report covers the period between July and September 2016 and highlights developments through statistics and, trends in human rights violations. Read more …Third quarterly Political & Human Rights Violations [...]

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Weekly Organised Violence & Torture Report 01 September – 17 September 2016

From 1 – 17 September 2016, 28 victims of organised violence and torture sought treatment for their injuries. These victims had been assaulted in incidents in Harare, Epworth, Chitungwiza, Bindura, and Chiadzwa, or during the widespread violence on 17 September, in response to the NERA demonstration. While there continues to be violence on MDC-T activists [...]

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Weekly Organised Violence & Torture Report 01 September – 17 September 2016

From 1 – 17 September 2016, 28 victims of organised violence and torture sought treatment for their injuries. These victims had been assaulted in incidents in Harare, Epworth, Chitungwiza, Bindura, and Chiadzwa, or during the widespread violence on 17 September, in response to the NERA demonstration. While there continues to be violence on MDC-T activists [...]

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2nd QPVR 2016

The Quarterly Political and Human Rights Violations Report (QPVR) is a monitoring tool to track and document trends in civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights violations. Read more …2nd QPVR 2016

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1st QPVR 2016

The Quarterly Political and Human Rights Violations Report (QPVR) is a monitoring tool to track and document trends in civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights violations. This report covers the period between January and March 2016 and highlights developments through statistics and, trends in human rights violations. Read more…1st QPVR 2016

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