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  • Addressing Mental Health in Prisons: If Not Now, When? If Not Us, Who? 

    Reaserch and Advocacy Unit (RAU, 2020-04-29)
    This brief highlights insights and recommendations from a discussion organized to inform the Mental Health Challenge in Zimbabwean Prisons. These were captured in: “ Mental Health Discussion: Masvingo , 2020
  • What is mental health and how is it harmed by conflict and violence? 

    Reaserch and Advocacy Unit; Voluntary Service Overseas (RAU, 2020-04-28)
    Zimbabwe, despite its deceptive appearance to the naïve outsider, is a country beset by Organised Violence and Torture (OVT) for many decades. It was brought into being by a colonial war, suffered violence and displacement ...
  • 2018 NTJWG Symposium Summary Report 

    NATIONAL TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE WORKING GROUP ZIMBABWE (NATIONAL TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE WORKING GROUP ZIMBABWE, 2018-11)
    From 21 to 23 November 2018, over 118 delegates converged in Bulawayo for the 2018 Transitional Justice Policy Symposium which was jointly convened by the National Transitional Justice Working Group (NTJWG) and the Centre ...
  • Survivors Speak on TJ in Zim 

    Tonderai T Kamabarami (2019-02)
    This report outlines the opinions and expectations of Victims and Survivors on what should be included in a Transitional Justice Framework for Zimbabwe commissioned by the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO
  • Summary Report Day 1 

    NATIONAL TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE WORKING GROUP ZIMBABWE (NATIONAL TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE WORKING GROUP ZIMBABWE, 2018-11)
    The conference commenced with welcome remarks from Reverend Dr Ray Motsi (the NTJWG Thematic Leader on Memorialisation). There where also remarks from Paul Themba Nyathi, the NTJWG Deputy Chairperson standing in for the ...
  • Symposium Report Day 2 

    NATIONAL TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE WORKING GROUP ZIMBABWE (NATIONAL TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE WORKING GROUP ZIMBABWE, 2018-11)
    Day 2 of the NTJWG Conference being in Bulawayo began with participants visiting different historical sites and heritage centres which depict Zimbabwe’s conflict history and community healing practices. Visited places ...
  • ZPP May MMR 2018. 

    Zimbabwe Peace Project (Zimbabwe Peace Project, 2018-05)
    There was a notable 20 percent decrease in recorded cases of human rights violations from the previous month, which should be a positive development as we go to the general election in two months’ time.
  • ZPP June MMR 2018 1 

    Zimbabwe Peace Project (Zimbabwe Peace Project, 2018-06)
    A comparative analysis revealed that human rights violations increased from 181 in the month of May to 204 in the minth of June.
  • ZPP July MMR 2018 

    Zimbabwe Peace Project (Zimbabwe Peace Project, 2018-07)
    The July Monthly Monitoring report contextualizes the Eve of the run up to the Harmonised 2018 elections. It was characterized by disregard of the Political parties' code of conduct.
  • ZPP August MMR 2018 

    Zimbabwe Peace Project (Zimbabwe Peace Project, 2018-08)
    Picking up the pieces in the aftermath of the elections
  • ZPP September MMR 2018 

    Zimbabwe Peace Project (Zimbabwe Peace Project, 2018-09)
    ZPP recorded a total of 124 cases containing 226 human rights violations showing a downward trajectory from the 266 violations recorded in August. In comparison to the previous month, there has been a spike in the cases ...
  • ZPP MMR October 2018 

    Zimbabwe Peace Project (Zimbabwe Peace Project, 2018-10)
    The Month of October recorded a total of 235 violations. There was a rise in the violations connected to assault and most perpetrators where male affiliated to the ruling ZANU PF party.
  • ZPP November MMR 2018 

    Zimbabwe Peace Project (Zimbabwe Peace Project, 2018-11)
    The report highlights how the Zimbawe Republic Police made up 25% of the perpetrators of Human Rights Violations which was one of the highest figures in 2018.
  • ZPP December MMR 2018 

    Zimbabwe Peace Project (Zimbabwe Peace Project, 2018-12)
    Human Rights violations continued on a downward trend in the month of December with 136 violations recorded, down from the 164 recorded in November. Zanu PF was responsible for most of the violations followed by the Zimbabwe ...
  • ZPP MMR January 2017 

    Zimbabwe Peace Project (Zimbabwe Peace Project, 2017-01)
    The month of January recorded many violations which were politically motivated. Most of the reported cases were harassment and intimidation of opposition political activists. Other prominent cases were those of deprivation ...
  • ZPP February MMR 2017 

    Zimbabwe Peace Project (Zimbabwe Peace Project, 2017-02)
    The report is about the floods that hit the country particularly in Masvingo, Matebeleland South and North as well as Bulawayo. They led to food shortages as crops, livestock and property were destroyed.
  • ZPP MMR May 2017 

    Zimbabwe Peace Project (Zimbabwe Peace Project, 2017-05)
    The month of May stands out owing to violations of the right to education, the right to food and civil and political rights mainly freedom of association and assembly. This May ZPP recorded the highest number of incidences ...
  • ZPP September MMR 2017 

    Zimbabwe Peace Project (Zimbabwe Peace Project, 2017-09)
    There was an increase of Violations in September from 149 to 178 cases.There were creations of terror networks because of the violations perpetrated by Traditional Leaders.
  • ZPP MMR October 2017 

    Zimbabwe Peace Project (Zimbabwe Peace Project, 2017-10)
    The Report Highlights how Zimbabweans are Prisoners of fear and how the farming season has contributed to an increase in cases of intimidation and harassment as well as discrimination as cases of discrimination have increased ...
  • ZPP November MMR 2017 

    Zimbabwe Peace Project (Zimbabwe Peace Project, 2017-11)
    The Zimbabwe Peace project recorded an increase in Human rights violations to 190 in November 2017.Most Cases of Harassment and Intimidation were linked to the BVR exercise and the Intra-party violence within the ruling ...

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