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Women Empowerment

How to Get Equality for Women and Improve the Nation

Ensuring The Empowerment of Women In all aspects of life...

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Governance

At The End Of The Line??

A Thought on Young People’s Prospects in Zimbabwe...

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Recent Publications

Climate Change in Zimbabwe: Rural and Urban differences

This report looks at citizens’ views on climate change in Zimbabwe from 2017 to 2022 and presents a contrast of the rural and urban citizens. It concludes that there are marked differences between rural and urban Zimbabweans on the issue of climate change.

The road to Women’s Inclusion

In this statement RAU seeks to motivate individuals to comprehend and appreciate the importance of women’s inclusion in order to create a more ideal world.

Towards Youth resilience policy framing

This statement implores the history of the youth day in Zimbabwe and recommends that policy makers ought to factor in youth resilience in farming policies

The Power to Stop Gender Based Violence.

This report focuses on how the lack of power among women manifest in VAWG and GBV. It explores how equal representation can be harnessed to effectively articulate issues that affect women and push for the implementation of gender responsive policies. The report recommends that women be given power to craft policies that empower them, and policies that eliminate VAWG and GBV, but also the power to ensure that policies are implemented vigorously.

A Consolidated Report on Pre and Post Organised Violence and Torture during the 2023 Harmonised Elections in Zimbabwe.

This report examines more carefully the OVT that took place during the formal 90 days of the election, from 1 June to 22 August 2023. This is the period during which the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) should have formal and untrammelled control of the hustings, manage and minimise all OVT in all forms, and engage the state in ways to ensure a peaceful poll.

SADC Citizens Views on Elections (2019 to 2021)

This report uses various tools to ascertain citizens views on elections in the SADC region, it explores various key factors factors in assessing the democratic status of countries such as human rights, the rule of law and the strength of institutions. The report highlights that SADC citizens are happy mostly that elections in their countries are free and fair, but some are less happy – Angola, Malawi, and Zimbabwe. They are mostly happy that there is little evidence of manipulation – clientelism, intimidation, or political violence.

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