Statements

Statement on Day of the African Child

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights), joins the African Continent in commemorating the Day of the African Child. The DAC, celebrated on the 16th of June since 1991, is in honour of thousands of black students massacred during peaceful protests about the inferior quality of their education and to demand their right to be taught […]
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Statement on Access to Vaccines

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association is concerned with the access to Covid-19 vaccines following reports from our members of unavailability of the necessary vaccines at vaccination centers and more so for those that need the second dose putting their health at risk. Section 76 of the Constitution provides for the right to health care. The […]
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Statement on World Press Freedom Day

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) joins the world in commemorating World Press Freedom Day under the theme, “Information as a Public good.” ZimRights salutes the Zimbabwean media and journalists for their resilience in providing information. Access to information is a human right as expressed in various rights including freedom of expression and freedom of […]
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Independence Day Statement

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights), an association of over 250 000 patriotic Zimbabweans who believe in human rights, joins the nation in marking the 41st anniversary of Independence, albeit with an undemocratic bill hanging over our heads. The attempts by the government of Zimbabwe to legislate patriotism through the clearly unpatriotic proposed Patriot Bill […]
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Statement on World Health Day

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association joins the rest of the world in commemorating the World Health Day 2021 under the theme,” Building a fairer, healthier world.” This year’s commemorations are being held for the second time during the Covid-19 Pandemic. The Pandemic has heightened human rights violations and exposed the failure by Zimbabwe to finance the […]
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Statement Regarding Fake News About Covid-19 Funds

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association dismisses the fake message circulating on different social media platforms that we have received 6.5 million from the Dutch Embassy to assist citizens affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. ZimRights has not received such funds and we currently do not have any programme running that is giving cash handouts to those […]
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