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    • 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 ...
    • Anti-Impunity update 

      Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum, 2019-07)
      The alert highlights that failure by the government to honour court judgments in favour of victims of human rights violations by the police and the military, is actually a human rights violation.
    • Can you have a reparations policy without justice? 

      A P REELER (AMANI TRUST, 1999-09)
      Under humanitarian law and a series of international conventions, all gross human rights violations are argued to require legal remedy. However, in situations of epidemic violence legal remedies may require extension through ...
    • THE CASE OF HENRY DOWA: THE UNITED NATIONS & ZIMBABWE UNDER THE SPOTLIGHT 

      RDRESS (Redress, 2004-01)
      In May 2003 REDRESS learned that an allegedly notorious Zimbabwean police torturer, Henry Dowa, was in Kosovo. Sources inside and outside of Zimbabwe confirmed that there were numerous serious allegations of torture linked ...
    • Epidemic violence and the community 

      A.P.Reeler (AMANI TRUST, 1998-12)
      This paper deals with the problem of epidemic violence and its consequences, most notably with the problem of torture, which is a common consequence of epidemic violence. It is located in that most violent of continents, ...
    • Epworth and Budiriro Report on Police Brutality 

      Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission, 2016-12)
      This report contains the preliminary findings of the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC), pursuant to an ongoing investigation undertaken into complaints alleging violations of human rights, in particular the right to ...
    • Human Rights Update 

      Heal Zimbabwe (Heal Zimbabwe, 2017-09)
      Heal Zimbabwe recorded a total of 16 cases of human rights violations from 9 districts between the 20th of August and the 15th of September 2017.
    • IJR Community Healing Manual web 

      IJR (IJR, 2015-12)
      The manual was produced to enhance the capacity of members of the PBNZ in their peace-building work by way of a bottom-up approach that also seeks to complement the role that will be played by the National Peace and ...
    • AN IN-DEPTH STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF OPERATION MURAMBATSVINA/RESTORE ORDER IN ZIMBABWE 

      ACTIONAID INTERNATIONAL (ActionAid International, 2005-12)
      This present study is an extension and elaboration of previous work on Operation Murambatsvina. It arose out of the need to have more in-depth information about a number of key areas in their lives and experiences of those ...
    • Organised Violence and Torture in Zimbabwe: Harare and Copenhagen, 6 June 2000 

      International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims (International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims, 2000-06)
      The current report is based on information compiled from both a wide range of sources and researched locally by the IRCT delegation. The IRCT delegation visited Zimbabwe from 29 May to 6 June 2000. The delegation comprised ...
    • Our Branches Are Broken Using the Tree Of Life Healing Method 

      Peace and Conflict Studies Commons (Peace and Conflict Studies Commons, 2016-03)
      This article assesses the effectiveness of the Tree of Life healing approach, which was one of the methodologies tried during the course of the research with a small group of survivors of the 1980s atrocities.
    • Perpetual Fear :Impunity and Cycles of Violence in Zimbabwe 

      Human Rights Watch (Human Rights Watch, 2011-03)
      This report highlights the impunity that prevails in Zimbabwe. It provides an update on illustrative cases of political killings, torture, and abductions that took place during the presidential election run-off in 2008 and ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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
    • 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 ...
    • TORTURE IN ZIMBABWE, PAST AND PRESENT PREVENTION, PUNISHMENT, REPARATION? 

      RDRESS (Redress, 2005-06)
      Zimbabwe has not acceded to the UN Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment nor the statute of the International Criminal Court. There are a number of other specific Commonwealth ...
    • Transitional Justice Policy Symposium Report 2018 

      NATIONAL TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE WORKING GROUP ZIMBABWE (NATIONAL TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE WORKING GROUP ZIMBABWE, 2018-11)
      This report captures all the proceedings of the symposium, speeches, expert exchanges and outcomes. With QR codes scattered across the report, the reader is invited to join the dialogue, to watch the videos of the presentations ...
    • ZADHR Victims of OTV 2 9 June 2003 

      ZADHR (ZADHR, 2003-06)
      This report includes case summaries, with histories, examination findings and two photographs, of incidents of violence inflicted during the week of the National Mass Action 2nd-9th June 2003. Medical reports were obtained ...
    • Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum State of Human Rights Report 2018 

      Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum, 2019-10)
      This report covers the state of human rights in Zimbabwe in the year 2018. While it is impossible to capture and record every single incident that happened in the year, the report presents and analyses key events and ...