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"Who Will Dare Begin the Process of Recovering the Truth" – Outreach Report

Transitional justice, or the pursuit of comprehensive justice during times of political transition, encompasses criminal justice, restorative justice, social justice and economic justice. It stresses the necessity for truth-seeking mechanisms to be put in place to redress the wrongs of the past and consider ways in which gross violations of human rights can be prevented…

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Transitional Justice National Survey – Peoples Perceptions and Recommendations

This report is a follow-up to the Taking Transitional Justice to the People outreach project, which commenced in 2009, during which the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (the Forum) went to local communities across the country to introduce the discussion on transitional justice. In this survey, the Forum conducted research between February and March 2011…

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Strengthening Human Rights in Governance and Transparency – Report for 2010/11

This is a progress report on the performance of the Governance and Transparency Fund programme with the goal of strengthening human rights in governance and transparency. The goal of the programme is to strengthen human rights in governance and transparency. Activities: public education; training of Human Rights Defenders (HRDs), service institutions and community leaders; legal advice…

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Strengthening Human Rights in Governance and Transparency – Report for 2009/10

This is a progress report on the performance of the Governance and Transparency Fund programme with the goal of strengthening human rights in governance and transparency. The goal of the programme is to strengthen human rights in governance and transparency. Activities: public education; training of Human Rights Defenders (HRDs), service institutions and community leaders; legal advice…

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Strengthening Human Rights in Governance and Transparency – Report for 2008/09

This is a progress report on the performance of the Governance and Transparency Fund programme with the goal of strengthening human rights in governance and transparency. The goal of the programme is to strengthen human rights in governance and transparency. Activities: public education; training of Human Rights Defenders (HRDs), service institutions and community leaders; legal advice…

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At Best a Falsehood, At Worst a Lie Comments on the Zimbabwe Republic Police Reports

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) have recently issued two reports, entitled “Opposition Forces in Zimbabwe: A Trail of Violence” (the first report) and “Opposition Forces in Zimbabwe: The Naked Truth, Volume 2”. (the second report). The reports seek to portray opposition parties and civic organisations as grouped together (with the aid and assistance of foreign…

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Human Rights Research Unit: Annual Report 2006

The Specific objective of the Research unit is “to document, research on, verify and publish incidents of gross violations of human rights in Zimbabwe, particularly those associated with organized violence and torture”. This report documents the unit's work in 2006, giving short abstracts for all publications and outlining managerial decisions. In total, 5 792 incidents were…

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Adding Insult to Injury – a Preliminary Report on Human Rights Violations on Commercial Farms 2000-2005

Widespread human rights violations were inflicted upon white farmers and black farm workers by agents of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s government during the seizures of white-owned farms from 2000 to 2005. This report finds that the gross human rights violations, and the violations of rights generally, were much greater than had been previously assumed. It is…

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The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (the Forum) is a coalition of twenty-two human rights NGOs in Zimbabwe. The Forum’s activities include transitional justice work, research and documentation, and public interest litigation. Learn more about us.

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