Although persons with disabilities should enjoy the same rights enjoyed by able-bodied people, they often face social, legal, and practical barriers in claiming and enjoying those rights on an equal basis with others. This bulletin provides information on the rights of persons with disabilities. Read more …Bulletin 109 – Rights of persons with disabilities
Themes Archives: Advocacy
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Arrests or detentions not carried out in accordance with the law, or in cases, in which there is no likelihood or evidence that the arrested or detained committed a crime against legal statute, are arbitrary. This bulletin informs the public on the right to freedom from arbitrary arrest and detention. Read more …Bulletin 108 – Freedom from arbitrary arrest and detention.
This bulletin informs the public on the National Transitional Justice Working Group (NTJWG) in Zimbabwe. The NTJWG is a platform established by 46 non-state Zimbabwean transitional justice stakeholders to provide an interface between transitional justice stakeholders and the official transitional justice processes in Zimbabwe. Read more …Bulletin 102 The NTJWG
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 […]
The SADC Civic Society Organisations (CSOs) Communique, made at the Regional Civil Society conference held in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe on 15 August 2014, expressed human rights concerns and made recommendations to the SADC Summit that was held in Victoria Falls on 17 and 18 August 2014. Read more … Regional Civil Society Communique