Human Rights and Rule of Law - Zimbabwe
Strategic Litigation for Media and Access to Information Laws Reform
Human Rights Support to HRDs, Key Populations and Vulnerable Groups
The Zimbabwe constitution’s Bill of Rights enshrines a number of fundamental rights including the rights to peaceful assembly, freedom of expression as well as political participation. However, due to restrictive legislation and rights are not always respected and protected. This project seeks to provide holistic and complimentary support that contributes towards the protection of the rights and fundamental freedoms of Human Rights Defenders and vulnerable, marginalized and disadvantaged members of society such as the girl child and LGBTIQ persons.
Enhancing Transparency and accountability and reducing corruption in Zimbabwe
The objective of the project is to increase transparency and accountability in state institutions and the private sector in Zimbabwe, therefore contributing to a climate in which corruption can be tackled. To achieve this the institutions responsible for economic governance need to be supported and law promoting transparency and accountability need to be strengthened and implemented.
Confronting the Past: National Healing, Reconciliation and Transitional Justice in Zimbabwe
With a particular focus on the Gukurahundi atrocities and other post-independence human rights abuses in Zimbabwe, this project seeks to contribute to national healing and reconciliation efforts in Zimbabwe. The project is be built on three pillars namely, national healing and reconciliation; transitional justice and research and documentation of human rights abuses.