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  • 26
    Jul

    The Women’s Transformative Feminist Leadership Training Manual

    The Women’s Transformative Feminist Leadership Training Manual (Candidate’s Toolkit) from Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) funded by the European Union (EU), Local Authorities Capacity Enhancement Project (LACEP) and the Urban Council Association of Zimbabwe (UCAZ) is ready for download. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD https://drive.google.com/file/d/1G1Q6DiY_aG71_7YxkYYBCKjIO_bvPz59/view?usp=sharing

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  • 21
    Jul

    Bi-Weekly activity update.

    Aspiring women leaders from Chiredzi displaying their products… i) Virtual Transformative Feminist Leadership training for aspiring women leaders in Seke Chitungwiza. The Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) between 13-16 July 2021, successfully conducted virtual Transformative Feminist Leadership trainings for 100 aspiring women leaders from Seke, Chitungwiza...

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  • 15
    Jul

    Download: Women’s Transformative Feminist Leadership Training Manual

    The Women’s Transformative Feminist Leadership Training Manual (Trainer’s Toolkit) from Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence is ready for download. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DrB4inowTOi8s8wWBuLkoijh0zLaBjYg/view?usp=sharing

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  • 15
    Jul

    Download: Women’s Transformative Feminist Leadership Training Manual

    The Women’s Transformative Feminist Leadership Training Manual (Candidate’s Toolkit) from Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence is ready for download. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bDdfyFEgN6h5RY1XJ8zqmdqeOGkzBp2m/view?usp=sharing

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  • 23
    Jun

    Women push for a gendered Zimbabwe Independent Complaints Commission Bill.

    Part of ZICC hearing hearings… The Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) with support from Oxfam Zimbabwe monitored the public hearings on the Zimbabwe Independent Complaints Commission Bill and had 200 of its members- Women Leadership Networks (WALANs) attending in all the ten provinces between 07 and...

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  • 23
    Jun

    Parliament conducts public consultations on the Sexual Harassment and the law.

    Parliament conducts public consultations on the Sexual Harassment and the law. “I have witnessed women being sexually harassed at public places such as at bus terminus by men and nothing was done so the government should ensure that the sexual harassment Act also protect women at such places!” lamented...

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  • 19
    May

    Zimbabwe visits Rwanda to learn more on promoting gender equality.

    The Zimbabwe delegation poses for a photo with the Rwanda Women Parliamentarian Forum.. The Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) and Women and Law in Southern Africa (WLSA) with support from the Netherlands Embassy organized and facilitated a study visit on gender equality to Rwanda which was...

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  • 30
    Apr

    Parliamentarians deliberate on mandatory rape sentencing

    In a country where crimes like stock theft have mandatory minimum sentences, there has been a huge outcry over rape, a crime which has destroyed many people’s lives and is yet to have a mandatory sentence. WALPE with support from Oxfam Zimbabwe has taken up the task to run...

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  • 27
    Apr

    Women’s groups Statement on the harassment of Hon Joana Mamombe (Sly Media)

    By Women’s Groups We the undersigned women’s rights organizations and women-led community based organizations (CBOs) are concerned and deeply worried about the recent harassment of Harare West Member of Parliament (MP) Honourable Joana Mamombe by prison officials. A video recording of the brazen inhumane treatment of Hon. Mamombe has...

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  • 22
    Apr

    Zim, Malawi push for 40-year mandatory sentencing for rapists (NewsDay)

    BY SAMANTHA SIBANDA Women from Zimbabwe and Malawi have said rape remains one of the major hindrances to full participation of women in politics and leadership. They made the remarks at a time when women’s rights groups are pushing for mandatory rape sentencing. A women rights lobby group, Zimbabwe’s...

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