Human Rights Violations
- Written by: John Burke ZHRO
- Prior to this we and our supporters will deliver petitions to FCDO ( Foreign and Commonwealth Development Office and the Minister for Africa - possibly Vicky Ford? But with the new Government who knows)
- To the Ambassador to the Embassy of Senegal (As the Senegal President is currently Chair of the AU)
- To the Namibian Consulate (As the Namibian President is Chair of SADC)
- The the BBC (close to the Namibian Consulate)
- Then a surprise visit to our Zimbabwe Embassy and the Zanu PF "criminals" who are in "Illegal Occupation"!
Now we should like the global disapora to try a similar exercise in their locality. Firstly to check on the address, ambassador/high commissioner names and e-mails of all the Embassies of Senegal, Consulates af Namiba, and the Embassies of Zimbabwe, please access this PDF with live web links [thanks go to https://www.embassypages.com/ for all this data] to them all GLOBAL EMBASSY CONTACT LIST - Click Here to Download or access.
Then you can copy the profoma body text [below - with Read More/Pages] to the Senagal Embassies and Namibian Consulates as shown here. Replace the name of the Ambassador with the name from the PDF database above. Also get the e-mail so you can send them "Notice of Petition Hand Over" [ before the 20th July 2022 the written petition will be available with an update to this article.]
- Written by: Lindsey Zaranynika
- Written by: Take2Zimbabwe
The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum launched the special report ‘The New Deception: What has changed’ which critiques the record of the Mnangagwa government’s record in human rights observation. The report reflects on the promises of the return to constitutionalism and rule of law made President Emmerson Mnangagwa on 26 August 2018. Emmerson Mnangagwa was inaugurated as the second Executive President of Zimbabwe after Zimbabwe’s long-time ruler Robert Mugabe was overthrown from power through a military coup.
The Forum launched the report which captured the human rights situation in the “new dispensation” on 27 August 2019. Apart from launching the documentary, the Forum held an engaging discussion which was focused on the key highlights of the report such as the nature and distribution of violations witnessed since November 2017 to date. The thrust of the event was to stimulate conversation around the current human rights violations being witnessed in the country. The event also sought to respond to the question on everyone’s mind, Is this the Zimbabwe we all want?