As Zimbabwe is heading for presidential elections on 31 July, the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum launches an updated website. It will be a major source for reliable information during the elections, while providing easy access to an archive of over 300 publications on human rights developments in Zimbabwe.
In time for the presidential elections on 31 July, the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum launches an updated website covering recent human rights developments in Zimbabwe, while for the first time offering access to a rich archive of more than 300 publications.
The Forum is thankful for the support provided by HURIDOCS in the development of the site and the work on its archive.
The most outstanding feature of the new website is that content is displayed in a much more dynamic manner, while being clearly categorised and thus intelligible. In addition to that, all multimedia content – podcasts, videos and photos – are now readily available on the front page.
Another, yet not as visible feature, is the archive of all publications, although it is related to the dynamic display of content. This archive makes the website a go-to place not only for recent news, but also for researching developments – overall, or about certain aspects – in the long haul.
The archive provides quick and easy access to more than 300 publications by theme, report type or its source. All new publications will also automatically be added. What is notable, all of the existing content has been carefully edited with descriptions and appropriate keywords to make it a reliable and effective repository.
Overall, the Forum is delighted to have launched the new website and is confident it will be an effective tool for Zimbabweans and everyone interested in Zimbabwe during these important times for the country.