Recent Submissions

  • Simplified Domestic Violence Act 

    Justice for Children (Justice for Children, 2007-10-25)
    The pamphlet provides a summary of the Domestic Violence Act [Chapter 5:16] and explanatory notes on its application for the benefit of children, their caregivers and partners in the child rights sector.The Act was enacted ...
  • Child Marriage Report Goromonzi 

    Research and Advocacy unit (RAU) (Research and Advocacy unit (RAU), 2015-05)
    This is the second report on child marriage in Goromonzi District, following on a preliminary report of a study carried out in 2014 (RAU.2014), and series of legal reports prior to this (Dube.2012; RAU. 2011(a); RAU. ...

    NAINAR, VAHIDA (Redress, 2012-09-30)
    Sexual violence is the most pervasive form of violence in many of the conflict-ridden countries in Africa and continues to remain so, through various post-conflict stages even after the conflict has ended. Violence, ...
  • Breaking the silence on Gender-Based Violence in Zimbabwe 

    Johnson, Siamachira (2006-10-01)
    The project is drawn against one of the Government of Zimbabwe’s key interventions in improving utilisation of comprehensive quality services for protection, care and support for GBV survivors in accordance with the National ...
  • Report on Nov 2013 Conference on Violence Against Women & Girls Zimbabwe Parliament May 2014 

    Mpariwa, Hon Paurina (2014-05-13)
    The Conference of Women Parliamentarians took place at the precincts of the PanAfrican Parliament in Midrand South Africa on 1st and 2nd November, 2013 under the Theme: “Parliamentarians Responding to Violence against Women ...
  • International Day of the Girl Child 

    BILL WATCH (BILL WATCH, 2018-10-11)
    The International Day of the Girl Child is celebrated annually on October 11 to highlight issues of gender inequality and the challenges facing young girls.
  • This paper examines the phenomenon of youth militia in Zimbabwe, and contrasts this use of the youth with the views and opinions of ordinary young Zimbabweans 

    SADC Parliamentary Forum (SADC Parliamentary Forum, 2008-12-31)
    Child marriage remains a problem in Southern Africa due to a variety of factors. These include poverty; gender inequity; tradition; insecurity,especially in times of conflict, limited education and lack of adequate legal ...