16 Days of Activism: A collective Call to End GBV

From 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to 10 December, Human Rights Day, and the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign is a period when the whole world deliberate and focus on key challenges, opportunities and progress made towards the attainment of basic human rights and gender related violations of human dignity.

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Zimbabwe’s Unending Wild Goose Chase: From the ‘People’s Revolution’ to ‘Operation Restore Legacy’

Zimbabwe’s 93 year old despot Robert Mugabe’s 37 years hold on power has been checkmated and it seems it is reaching its end after the military put him on house arrest last week. In a Hollywood style of events that left the whole world amused and confused whether to call it a coup or not coup, something that puzzle military scholars for some time.

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Restoring the Girl Child’s Dignity a Big Step towards Ending GBV

Organizing for Zimbabwe Trust joins the rest of the world in commemorating the 16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence. Commemorated under two different themes, ‘Leave No One behind: End Violence against Women and Girls’ and ‘Together we can end GBV in Education’, this year’s celebrations came at a time the world is fighting for women rights. Violence against women and girls is one of the most widespread, negatively persistent and degrading deprivation of human dignity and the right live a descent life.

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AU and SADC must Exercise Caution in Handling ZDF Measures in Zimbabwe

The African Union is a tried and tested institution that has been able to make thoughtful and strategic decisions in dealing with various challenges confronting its member states. Having been formed in !1963 as the OAU, it should be commended for having stood with most liberation movements in Africa and Zimbabwe in particular in order to wage a successful and illustrious liberation struggle which our constitution acknowledges in its preamble as the hallmark of our identity as a united people of the republic of Zimbabwe.

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