Empowerment and Protection of Girls Should be Every Govt’s Top Priority Issue

Organizing for Zimbabwe Trust joins the rest of the world in celebrating the International Day for the Girl Child. Rejoiced under the theme 'The Power of the Adolescent Girl: Vision for 2030', this year’s commemorations come at a time Zimbabwe is on the verge of an election in 2018, a period always characterised by political tension within and between political parties, and at times exposes women and children to political violence and other social ills.

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Is our Education Preparing Students for Examinations or To Fit into Society?

"The purpose of education is to teach the basics so everyone has a shot at life :) but more than that to create the "spark" - the curiosity, the creativity, the confidence, the zest for further knowledge that helps a person grow beyond what they believe they can be. It's a lot to hope for - but I have watched it happen time and again...education changes the scope of the world.”

Kathie Green of Indiana

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Church, Faith and Politics in Zimbabwe: Recalling the Secular

Religion has always been a key aspect of Zimbabwe’s national consciousness. And its points of entry into this national consciousness are many. From the very indigenous African Traditional religion and its uniquely liberatory role in the 1st and 2nd Chimurengas through to orthodox Christianity and its mixed legacy of conservatism and literacy.

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Zimbabwe's Political Economy: Panic, Class + Memory

It is always going to be a hard ask for Zimbabweans to forget the economic meltdown that began in earnest with the advent of (neo)liberalisation of the economy in the mid 1990s and reached an inhumane apex in 2007-9. The brief interlude to the crisis overseen by the inclusive government brought into being new expectations of economic performance legitimacy for any future government (including this current one).

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‘Sextortion’- The Fight against Corruption Can Never Be a One Man Fight

Worldwide efforts have recognized that the key to sustainability of development lies in the elimination of gender discrimination and empowerment of women for the improvement of livelihoods. Africa has recognized that ending corruption through combating illicit financial flows and vouching for tax justice is at the epitome of resuscitation of its prosperity.

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