What the Eye Does Not See

  • Posted on: 13 July 2016
  • By: admin


Mass displacements have happened regularly in both the short history of Zimbabwe, as well as in the history of Rhodesia before Independence in 1980. Displacement, control of food, and torture are the recurring themes of Zimbabwean political life for more than three decades now.
This report explores how events of the past can be an opportunity for a country emerging from violent conflict to learn from its mistakes, and to set in place mechanisms, both legal and social, to prevent recurrences. 

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