Statement on the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture.

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Associations (ZimRights) joins the rest of the world and the local human rights community in commemorating the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture under the theme “Fostering civic space to obtain redress and accountability for victims of torture.” Internationally, torture is regarded as a heinous crime against humanity. Article […]
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Statement on Harare City Council Demolitions

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association, (ZimRights) is deeply disturbed by the destruction of peoples only sources of livelihoods by the Harare City Council aided by the Zimbabwe Republic police. Council started the demolitions on Saturday June 19 2021 in Mbare. While City Council claims the structures are illegal, the manner of the demolitions is inhumane […]
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Statement on Access to National Registration Documents.

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Association is concerned with the access to National Registration documents in the country. Access to documentation is a key human right upon which the enjoyment of other human rights is based. Without identity documentation, people are deprived of their human rights. Section 35 of the Zimbabwean Constitution guarantees citizenship. It is […]
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Strengthening Women’s Leadership Role in Shaping the Human Rights Agenda   “The Emancipation of women is not an act of charity, the result of a humanitarian or compassionate attitude. The liberation of women is a fundamental necessity for the revolution, a guarantee of its continuity and a precondition for its victory.” Samora Machel These words […]
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