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Digital Empowerment Toolkit Now Available!

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The Power of Communication

Legalising homophobia, setting the precedents in Africa

Zimbabwean President, Robert Mugabe has called gays ‘worse than dogs and pigs’, the Archbishop of the Anglican church in Nigeria has termed homosexuality a ‘satanic attack’ and the Namibian Minister o … Read More»

Taking the 16 Days to Activism Campaign to the margins

People with mental health problems are not spared from gendered based violence. … Read More»

Organisation to hold a series of workshops to mark the 16 Days of Activism

The Sexual Rights Centre will hold a series of workshops to mark the 2009 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence Campaign. … Read More»

Men who have sex with men receive training

Twenty seven men who have sex with men received training on sexual health and rights this month during a three-day training workshop organised by the Sexual Rights Centre in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. … Read More»

Land Sustains Life

Land is the bases of human survival, particularly in Africa. In land we get all the resources we need to sustain our lives. That is why in Africa we talk of our “motherland”. … Read More»

Curriculum Developed to Combat HIV

A strong curriculum on Sexuality Education in schools has been acknowledged as the panacea to combat the spread of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) including Human Immuno Deficiency Virus (HIV), … Read More»

The power of information and the positive change that it brings

Sitting on a shriveled animal skin mate and dressed in tattered and dirty old clothes, Soneni Moyo or Gogo Moyo as she is affectionately known in her village, ponders over the tough times her people a … Read More»

Call for media reform in Zimbabwe

THE recent launch of the Harare Metro (H-Metro) on September 04, 2009 comes at a time when Zimbabweans are calling for broad media reforms that will usher in a vibrant and diverse media in the country … Read More»

Sexual Rights for Sexual Minorities

It is one of his most crude and infamous trademarks, but it is a statement that has dealt a body blow to Zimbabwe’s attempts at achieving Universal Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights. … Read More»

Trials and tribulations of Zimbabwean women.

What started as a day full of hope and great expectations, ended in near tragedy when button stick wielding police officers descended on a group of women who were commemorating the ONANDI Women’s Fest … Read More»

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