Themes Archives: Political Violence

Human Rights, Rule of Law & Democracy 2014 Annual Report

Key Findings and Recommendations   The successful adoption of the new constitution in 2013 represented both an important achievement for political cooperation in Zimbabwe, as well as constituting a significant step toward the realization of a functioning human rights framework. The human rights situation remained relatively stable throughout 2014, with a significant improvement on previous [...]

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4th QPVR 2014

The Quarterly Political and Human rights violations report is produced by the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (the Forum). It is a monitoring tool to track and document trends in civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights violations. This report covers the period between October and December 2014 and highlights developments, statistics and trends in [...]

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Never Again: Ending Violence in Zimbabwe is Everyone’s Business

On 24 April 2014, the Standing Rules and Orders Committee of the Parliament of Zimbabwe released a Call for Public Nominations for Persons To Serve on the Independent Commissions in line with Chapter 12 of Zimbabwe’s new Constitution.  The Constitution establishes five independent commissions namely, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission, Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission, the Zimbabwe [...]

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