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  • 04
    Feb

    Zimbabwe’s Economic Crisis: A Time to Reason Together

    A timeless African nugget of wisdom teach that ‘when elephants fight it is the grass that suffers.’ This best describes the situation of women in Zimbabwe at the moment due to the ever escalating socio-economic crisis in the country. As Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE), we note...

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  • 26
    Jan

    Petition to the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) and the Zimbabwe Gender Commission (ZGC).

    CC: UN WomenAfrican Union CommissionSADC Gender CommissionMinistry of Justice and Parliamentary AffairsMinistry of DefenceMinistry of Home Affairs SUBJECT: ENDING ATROCITIES AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN AND ENFORCING ACCOUNTABILITY FOR VIOLATIONS. WE, the undersigned organizations; *Concerned* about the abuse of women by security forces that are deployed across the country, *Worried* about the lack...

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  • 20
    Jan

    Why the Women’s Parliamentary Quota System Must be Extended

    Section 124 (b) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe provides for the women Qouta system of 60 seats in Parliament which are given to each political party based on their tally of votes in the House of Assembly elections for each province:“. . . For the life of the first two...

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  • 20
    Jan

    Joint Press Statement On State Terror after the January 2019 Stay-away: Women Demand Justice

    Justice for Women Zimbabwe (JWZ), Female Prisoners Support Trust (FEMPRIST) and Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) note with concern and anguish the gross human rights violations by the Zimbabwe Government and state security agents, particularly the rights of women. During and after the 14-16 January 2019...

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  • 14
    Jan

    WALPE Condemns the Rape and Torture of Women During the 14-16 January 2019 Stay-away

    Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE), condemns in the strongest terms the rape and torture of women across the country on 14- 16 January 2018 during the national shut down. iTV news, an international credible news agency released a heart rending video of women narrating horror stories...

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  • 01
    Jan

    WALPE 2019 Statement

    Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) welcomes all Zimbabweans and women leaders in particular to the year 2019. We note with concern the deepening economic crisis facing the country and how it adversely impacts women participation in leadership positions. When the family is faced with hunger and...

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  • 20
    Dec

    WALPE embarks on women leadership action research.

    Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE), on 19 December 2018, conducted a women leadership action research in the rural province of Mashonaland Central’s areas of Mazowe, Chiweshe, Chaona and Muzarabani. This is part of the organisation’s countrywide needs assessment and reflection consultative researches with women who want...

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  • 10
    Dec

    The First Women’s Political School In Zimbabwe is Officially Launched

    Women’s Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) was officially launched in Masvingo on Friday 07 December 2018. WALPE is a women’s political empowerment and leadership academy set up to advance knowledge and deepen the capacity of women who want to successfully run for public elected positions. It seeks to...

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  • 25
    Nov

    WALPE Statement on 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence.

    Women Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (WALPE) joins millions of Zimbabwean women and girls and the rest of the world in commemorating 16 days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence (GBV). This year’s commemorations are being held under the theme: ‘Zero tolerance to sexual harassment in the work place.’ WALPE...

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