This bulletin delves into the dynamics of state-sponsored violence in Zimbabwe. It explores the myriad ways by which states can sponsor violence, the effects of such violence on victims and their relationship to the state, and the very conditions that nurture and promote state-sponsored violence.
In addition to these analyses, the bulletin also specifies the legal and moral objections to state-sponsored violence and cites historical examples of these atrocities in Zimbabwe.
Finally, the bulletin presents insights on how to best manage this type of violence.
Read the full text of the bulletin here.