Zimbabwe’s Declaration of Rights Explained – Part 2

In this New Year and as a follow up to last month’s edition of the Human Rights Monthly, we give you the last six of the freedoms and rights protected in the Declaration of Rights in Zimbabwe’s Constitution. The Human Rights Forum once again would like to express its appreciation to the Legal Resources Foundation for permitting this important information to be utilized in this Human Rights Monthly.

The human rights monthly in this issue hence explains the protection from arbitrary search, protection of the law, protection of freedom of conscience, freedom of expression, freedom of assembly and association and, finally, freedom of movement and protection from discrimination.

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