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1997 Human Rights Report: Zimbabwe - U.S. Department of State Report, January 30, 1998.
AMANI Trust - Community-based rehabilitation of survivors of torture.
Amnesty International 1999 Annual Report on Zimbabwe - Extract from the AI annual report.
Amnesty International: Publications on Zimbabwe - Amnesty International publications, annual reports, news releases.
Fear and despondency in Zimbabwe - Digital Freedom Network: Story of the detention and interrogation of journalists Ray Choto and Mark Chavunduka by Zimbabwe's police and army.
Human rights abuse abounds in Zimbabwe - Paper from the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation.
IRIN | Focus on fears of growing election intimidation - Human rights groups in Zimbabwe on Wednesday said it was important that international observers visit the country as soon as possible in the run-up to next month's parliamentary elections because intimidation and violence by government supporters was growing daily.
Open letter to President Robert Mugabe on the 20th anniversary of independence - Amnesty International document.
Political Prisoners in Zimbabwe - The story of Philip Mazisa Conjwayo, Michael Anthony Smith and Kevin John Woods.
Political Prisoners in Zimbabwe - The story of Philip Mazisa Conjwayo, Michael Anthony Smith and Kevin John Woods.
Walk in the Minefield - Journalist Mark Choto's personal account of torture and the response of the Zimbabwean press.
Zimbabwe Human Rights Association - ZimRights - A network of activists working for human rights, national reconciliation, conflict resolution, peace-building.
Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum - News and reports.
Zimbabwe Standard - Digital Freedom Network: Three editors from the Zimbabwe Standard were detained after publishing this article describing an alleged coup plot.
Zimbabwe: In the Party's Interest ? (Press Release: Report from African Rights) - As a newly-appointed commission of inquiry begins its work on reviewing the Zimbabwean constitution, African Rights' 53 page paper aims to contribute to the debates which must take place. It discusses the dimensions of the crisis in governance which prompted the calls for a new constitution, detailing state brutality on urban streets; the pressures on the media; the constraints on political opposition; and the mismanagement of the land issue.
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