Here, the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum presents the report on the 2012 International Conference on Transitional Justice in Zimbabwe which took place from the 4th to the 6th of October 2012. The conference brought together various stakeholders to deliberate on the way forward for transitional justice in Zimbabwe. Since its inception in 1998, the Forum […]
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Current position on the new constitution
This bulletin explains, step by step, the current position and future steps with regard to Zimbabwe’s new Constitution. It is a sequel to our 27 March issue titled ‘What will happen after the Referendum?’ and comes in the wake of the current lack of clarity on the next steps and and also the political wrangling […]
Do NGOs and donors undermine the state?
A very recent Afrobarometer report examined the views of African citizens about the role that donors and NGOs play in the political lives of their countries. As the Afrobarometer report pointed out, in admittedly a complex statistical analysis, findings suggest that across a wide range of African countries, including fragile states like Liberia and stronger […]
Legal Monitor- Detailed account of Beatrice Mtetwa’s persecution
This edition of the Legal Monitor, produced by Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR), details the persecution of Beatrice Mtetwa, a tenacious lawyer who has determinedly defended several human rights defenders and others persecuted in the exercise of their duties and rights. The Monitor describes how what was supposed to be routine work for Mtetwa, […]
Fact sheet: What will happen after the Referendum?
The Constitution Referendum results were gazetted on 26 March 2013 in General Notice 201A/2013 signed by the Minister of Constitutional and Parliamentary Affairs. This fact sheet explains what will now happen from the date of such gazetting until the elections. Under the current constitution, parliament runs for 5 years therefore the current Parliament runs from […]