The 2013 Annual Report on
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Amnesty International today called on the government of Zimbabwe to end harassment and intimidation of a union activist who is in hiding after police ...
Gertrude Hambira fled after five men and one women who identified themselves as officers from the Criminal Investigation Department raided her office ...
Thousands of people in Zimbabwe's capital, Harare, are no longer facing eviction from their market stalls and homes. Amnesty International has recently ...
Urgent Action AFR 46/001/2010
The home of 48-year-old Gertrude Hambira, a prominent female trade union activist in Zimbabwe, was attacked by three armed men on 3 November ...
Urgent Action AFR 46/027/2009
Document AFR 46/022/2009
Zimbabwe: Operation Muramabtsvina (restore order) – Homes destroyed, livelihoods shattered
Zimbabwe: Human rights live here - petition
Document AFR 46/024/2009
Zimbabue: Desalojos forzosos en Africa.
The phenomenon of forced eviction in Africa is a massive human rights scandal that should be stopped immediately. Instead of taking measures to improve ...
Document AFR 01/007/2009
In this memorandum Amnesty International assesses the human rights situation in Zimbabwe since the creation of an Inclusive Government in February ...
Report AFR 46/025/2009