Tell them we are from here exhibition set to tour South Africa

This report is an assessment of crime and violence in Mozambique undertaken between August 2011 and March 2012. The report was commissioned by the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) and the Open Society Foundations Crime and Violence Prevention Initiative (OSF CVPI), which are currently supporting violence prevention programs in Kenya, Namibia and Mozambique.

The full report can be downloaded below

Gunmen target Dr Mukwege, founder of Panzi hospital

Rwanda is a darling of donors, including the European Union. Its roads are being paved, poverty is being fought valiantly and child mortality is declining. All in all, it is a good case study for enthusiasts for the United Nations' Millennium Development Goals.

US appoints new Special Representative

A groundbreaking report which provides an in-depth understanding of the challenges faced by people with psychosocial or intellectual disabilities in the Zambian criminal justice system. The report presents a clear case for improvement and shared solutions for change. It is the product of a two year research project driven by a unique partnership of government and civil society players.

“Instead of sitting at home and waiting for flowers on Valentine’s, women have chosen to rise and make demands: making clear that the gift women want is dignity, bodily autonomy, and justice. The flowers can wait,” said Talent Jumo, National Coordinator of the Katswe Sistahood.

Department of Sociology, Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique: Eduardo Mondlane University (EMU) was founded in 1962 as the General Studies College of Mozambique. In 1968 it rose to the rank of University and was then called the University of Lourenço Marques (ULM). While still a relatively young University it is the oldest and was for a long time, the only in Mozambique.

Verdict is fatal blow to rule of law

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