Themes Archives: Human Rights Education

Ongoing International Conference on Transitional Justice

The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (the Forum) and The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR) have organized the Second International Conference on Transitional Justice in Zimbabwe (the Conference)  to allow stakeholders and policy makers to interact with the experiences of other countries that have established such commissions before. The conference which is taking place […]

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The NGO Forum logo to celebrate the 15th Anniversary

Celebrating 15 Years of Human Rights Advocacy

The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (the Forum) today is a coalition of 19 human rights organisations with a vision to see a society that is free from organised violence and torture.  This movement started 15 years ago after the repressive response of the state to the 1998 Food Riots. Since then, the coalition has […]

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Community Monitoring of Human Rights

Human rights monitoring can be viewed as the collection, verification, and use of information about human rights and the abuse thereof. Whereas it is the duty of government to respect, promote, protect and fulfill the human rights of its citizens, community groups and individuals can complement this role by monitoring how government complies with its […]

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Social Marketing of Benefits and Services for Victims of Human Rights Violations

This paper discusses the role and importance of social marketing, for both core services that form the mandate of human rights civil society organisations and complimentary services that are not the preserve or mandate of the organisation. Social marketing makes whole the visions of human rights organisations, through educating and motivating the public to demand […]

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