6th September 2018

Outdated, punitive laws are encouraging HIV stigma in Zimbabwe

Outdated, punitive laws are encouraging HIV stigma in Zimbabwe Candice Chikura-Mtwazi, University of Kent In 2001 Zimbabwe introduced the Sexual Offences Act, which criminalised wilful transmission […]
1st August 2018
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“This might be the last night we sleep in peace”: July 30 elections, Zimbabwe

“This might be the last night we sleep in peace”: July 30 elections, Zimbabwe by Dr Ruth Murambadoro I do not usually struggle to sleep but […]
30th July 2018

Insights into intimate partner violence, the most common form of gender based violence

Insights into intimate partner violence, the most common form of gender based violence by Gerard Emmanuel Kamdem Kamga  Introduction  Gender based violence is a broad concept […]
18th June 2018

Monitoring and evaluation: a brief overview

Monitoring and evaluation: a brief overview by Gerard Emmanuel Kamdem Kamga Introduction At one point or another practitioners involved in projects and programmes need to engage […]
31st May 2018

Insights into qualitative and quantitative research methods

Insights into qualitative and quantitative research methods by Gerard Emmanuel Kamdem Kamga Introduction In working on a project, one may face challenges in gathering and analysing […]
24th May 2018

Gendered History: Reading Winnie through Nelson Mandela

Gendered History: Reading Winnie through Nelson Mandela By Tinashe Mawere Winnie Madikizela Mandela Examining narratives at the time of Winnie Madikizela Mandela’s death made me realise […]
3rd May 2018

The art of policy-making

The art of policy-making by Gerard Emmanuel Kamdem Kamga Introduction As non-governmental organisations, we strive for the betterment of society, not only through participation in community […]
12th April 2018

Deductive and/or inductive reasoning: what is the best approach to gender-based violence?

Deductive and/or inductive reasoning: what is the best approach to gender-based violence? by Gerard Emmanuel Kamdem Kamga Introduction The scale of gender-based violence (GBV) is alarming, […]
26th March 2018

“Conveniently married”: the marriage institution, violence and parenting

    “Conveniently married”: the marriage institution, violence and parenting By  Ruth Murambadoro   When a man and woman’s sexual encounter produce unintended responsibilities, it is […]
15th March 2018

Can women’s rights abuse be explained by the perceived tension between constitutional provisions and customary law?

Can women’s rights abuse be explained by the perceived tension between constitutional provisions and customary law? By Gerard Emmanuel Kamdem Kamga Introduction Is there really a […]