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Dr. Ray Motsi: NTJWG Thematic Leader on Memorialisation   Violence catalogue Peace has been illusive in Zimbabwe for more than 50 years dating back to the time of colonialism. In 1980 we gained independence but did not have peace as a nation if one realised that that was when more than 20 000 people were...

Hear them Speak!

September 21, 2020

An account of a survivor of enforced disappearances Zimbabwe has an infamous record of State-sponsored election-related violence since the country gained its independence in 1980. Systematic politically motivated violence increased drastically with the formation of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) in 1999. To date, political activists have been subjected to inhumane and degrading treatment...

The NTJWG welcomed the announcement by the NPRC to engage communities for the second time since February, 2018 and followed closely the Commission’s meetings rolled-out from 15 April to 7 July, 2019. It is important for the Commission extract information and also share with stakeholders its plan of activities towards the fulfilment of its mandate...

Activity Report Holiday Inn, Harare. 30 August, 2019. 9:00am to 16:00hrs. Introduction On 5 January, 2018 the Government of Zimbabwe gazetted the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission Act (NPRC Act), operationalising the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC). Following the operationalization, the NPRC convened consultative meetings across the country with survivors on key issues pertinent...

Key Outcomes of the 2019 NTJWG Conference held on 29 August, 2019 at Cresta Lodge, Harare. On 29 August, 2019 the NTJWG hosted a Stakeholders’ Conference which was attended by seventy-one participants from the civil society and church leaders who formed the NTJWG and participate in its activities. Issues such as the strategy, vacant positions...

A ‘Daughter of Apartheid’ Reflects on Her Healing Journey Introduction In 2011, I was part of a team of researchers from the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum that undertook the Taking Transitional Justice to the Diaspora Outreach Programme. The programme aimed at giving a voice to the Zimbabwe diaspora into Zimbabwe’s transitional justice policy. At one of...

Background Every quarter, the NTJWG convenes to deliberate on the activities implemented in the previous quarter and map the way forward for the next quarter. In this regard, the NTJWG meets again on 28 August, 2019 at Monomotapa Hotel, Harare to reflect on the issues arising and also plan for the 3rd quarter of 2019....

“Real leaders must be ready to sacrifice all for the freedom of their people.” Nelson Mandela The story of Africa is the story of liberation dating back to the time of slavery, colonialism and now endless wars. The new leadership of Africa is faced with the challenge of a wounded population. Zimbabwe’s history is a...

NTJWG Thematic Leader on Memorialisation As a tool for conflict resolution and a political transformation, national dialogue can be an integral part of a political culture. This comes about as a nation starts a conversation to dialogue with itself on specific national issues in an inclusive manner. A nation that speaks to itself and its...

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The National Transitional Justice Working Group (NTJWG) is a platform established by forty-six Zimbabwean transitional justice stakeholders to provide the interface between transitional justice stakeholders and the official transitional justice processes in Zimbabwe.

OUR PURPOSEMission Statement

Our Mission is to create an inclusive space for the coordination of transitional justice stakeholders, share experiences; build synergies for comprehensive, accountable, victim-centred and participatory transitional justice processes in Zimbabwe.

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ABOUT USNTJWG

The National Transitional Justice Working Group (NTJWG) is a platform established by forty-six Zimbabwean transitional justice stakeholders to provide the interface between transitional justice stakeholders and the official transitional justice processes in Zimbabwe.

PURPOSEMission Statement

Our Mission is to create an inclusive space for the coordination of transitional justice stakeholders, share experiences; build synergies for comprehensive, accountable, victim-centred and participatory transitional justice processes in Zimbabwe.

GET IN TOUCHNTJWG Social links
View crucial information and updates on our social media platforms.
GET IN TOUCHContact Us
64B Connaught Road, Avondale, Harare, Zimbabwe
P.O. Box 9077, Harare, Zimbabwe

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