Mutoko male empowerment circle members stand by "From Peace in our homes to peace in our communities". They are committed to fight Gender Based Violence in their community.
Citizens are not getting justice … because of unnecessary postponements of cases.Citizens are not getting justice on time e.g. cases of Sexual Offences are taking long than the prescribed 72 hours.High dropping of cases … due the exorbitant court feesRead more
One of the national objectives as stipulated in the constitution includes women’s rights to access land. “Land as a fixed natural resource is the basis of all human activity. While it is possible for mankind to survive without other formsRead more
Agriculture used to be the back bone of the Zimbabwean economy. From 1990 onwards a combination of factors such as structural adjustment programmes, retrenchments, droughts, land reform and economic challenges led to the decline in the agricultural sector. This declineRead more
CALL FOR PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS ON GENDER, WOMEN’S RIGHTS AND EXTRACTIVES INDUSRY IN ZIMBABWE - Deadline 5 October
WLSA goal is to contribute to gender equality and fulfillment of women and girls rights.
Women and Law In Southern Africa WLSA Zimbabwes Vison is to organize; coordinate and support evidence based interventions that promote and protect women and girl’s rights through legal and policy reform and changes to discriminatory socio-cultural and economic practices.