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      Women's Institute for Leadership development (WILD, 2017-12-30)
      This evaluation exercise seeks to provide an objective and independent analysis of the five projects guided by the goals, objectives and expected outputs of the respective projects. The general objective that this exercise ...
    • Background on politically motivated rape 

      RAU (RAU, 2011-04)
      The report talks about the two different forms of rape which need to be distinguished: the first, rape that occurs during actual war, and the second, politically motivated rape, which can occur outside of war situations, ...
    • BILL WATCH International Day of the Girl Child 

      BILL WATCH (BILL WATCH, 2018-10)
      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.
    • Breaking the silence on Gender-Based Violence in Zimbabwe 

      JUSTICE FOR CHILDREN TRUST (Justice for Children, 2016-10)
      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 ...
    • CEDAW concluding observations 2012 

      CEDAW (CEDAW, 2012-07)
      Concluding observations of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women
    • CEDAW Shadow report Gender 

      CEDAW (CEDAW, 2011-06)
      This Report focused on the Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights of Women has been prepared and submitted to the CEDAW Committee by Beyond Beijing Committee (BBC) as an Alternative Report to the 4th and 5th combined periodic ...
    • Child Marriage Report Goromonzi 

      RAU (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. ...
    • Final Report:The Gender Lens: Women’s Views on Zimbabwe in 2020 

      Reaserch and Advocacy Unit (RAU, 2020-04-30)
      The coup in November 2017 brought a brief period of euphoria for the citizens of Zimbabwe. The hope that there was indeed a “New Dispensation” were rapidly dashed, with very little in the way of significant (and expected) ...
    • Gender and Constitutional Issues: Special report 2 

      Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum, 2001-03)
      Rights of women to their own sexuality and fecundity remain deeply problematic in many societies. Whether rights over personal sexuality and reproduction are classified as civil or social, they are still the subject of ...
    • Gender and the Politics of Reconciliation Helen Scanlon 2016 

      IJR (IJR, 2016-06)
      This paper explores how attempts to confront abusive pasts have deliberated gender in the promotion of reconciliation. In particular it will examine the nexus between gender justice and reconciliation in order to assess ...

      RAU (RAU, 2017-05)
      The Research & Advocacy Unit (RAU) undertook an analysis of the gender equality provisions under Zimbabwe’s new Constitution and compared these provisions to those constituted by select countries in the region.This document ...
    • The Gender Lens: Provincial Breakdown of Women’s Views 

      Reaserch and Advocacy Unit (RAU, 2020-05-11)
      This is a supplementary report on a project to understand how Zimbabwean women view the current socio-political context in which they are living (RAU. 2020).
    • IJR GBV symposium ENG text 04 2 1 

      IJR (IJR, 2017-03)
      The report on a symposium entitled Accountability for conflict-related sexual and gender-based violence: Successes, challenges, narratives, and omissions which took place at the University of Pretoria from 15–17 March 2017.
    • IJR Zimbabwe Womens Needs 

      IJR (IJR, 2012-12)
      This paper is founded on two intertwined arguments. The first is that many national healing processes fail to consider the needs of the victims of violent conflict, especially women (partly because transitional justice ...
    • Know your Rights Brochure: PROPERTY RIGHTS 

      Legal Resources Foundation (LRF, 2019-12-30)
      The purpose of the booklet is to equip readers with essential knowledge of rights in immovable property. The work explains how those rights are acquired, held and transferred. It also gives a brief overview of how some ...

      RDRESS (Redress, 2012-09)
      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, ...
    • Model Law on Eradicating Child Marriage and Protecting Children Already In Marriage 

      SADC Parliamentary Forum (SADC Parliamentary Forum, 2008)
      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 ...
    • National Gender Policy 

      Government of Zimbabwe (Government of Zimbabwe, 2013-12)
      This second National Gender Policy replaces the first National Gender Policy of 2004. The first National Gender Policy gave way to a range of initiatives meant to address gender inequalities. The ethos of Growth with Equity ...

      his was a retrospective cohort study conducted at Panzi Hospital in Bukavu, South Kivu Province. Using a non-systematic convenience sample, interviews were conducted on sexual violence survivors as they presented to Panzi ...
    • Policy brief No 2 2017 Women and Representation 

      RAU (RAU, 2017-12)
      This report explores what challenges and opportunities the current MPs under PR have and what the next steps should be after the expiry of Section 124 in 2023. Learning from the shortcomings of the current quota system, ...