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Womankind’s Programme Manager Tsitsi Matekaire reflects on her recent meeting with the Zimbabwe Women Lawyers Association
Chipo from Zimbabwe shares her experiences of violence on day 4 of 16 Days of Activism. Keep following our blog posts
Over a month since the Presidential elections in Zimbabwe, we ask what now for women’s rights organizations?
Varaidzo Chinodya, aged 53, was helped by the Zimbabwe Women Lawyers Association (ZWLA) when her husband demanded a divorce and threatened to leave her homeless.
Single mother Ruth has gained confidence to promote peace, volunteer in her community, and think about becoming a Councillor through the Women’s Coalition of Zimbabwe.
Domestic violence affects women in every part of the world. But a new international survey suggests that attitudes to domestic violence are changing for the better.
As Zimbabwe votes on a draft constitution, our partner calls on the government to keep their promise to protect women and girls from political violence.
Seema Malhotra MP: "On V-Day I spoke in Parliament about how the best way to end violence is to empower women, both through changing social structures but also challenging social norms."
“The elections were peaceful but then violence erupted. My house was stoned and my children were concerned about my security. But I am determined to remain a councillor.”
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