This bulletin centers on the importance of transitional justice for women and governmental policies that would create corresponding mechanisms.
In addition, the bulletin cites women’s vulnerability in conflict situations with respect to sexualised violence and draws upon international principles and their links between women and transitional justice. There is also a focus on women’s exclusion from post-conflict arrangements.
Going further, a section on Zimbabwean women elaborates on the different forms of violence and gross violations of human rights they have faced over the years. Finally, the bulletin lists a set of policy options that aim to prevent the recurrence of conflict through women’s inclusion in decision-making processes, education and reparations.
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