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of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA)
Last updated: May 15, 2013
To be advised
Box FM701, Famona, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
voices and activities of WOZA members influence public opinion
using non violent action methods to pressure political leaders
and local officials to make and implement positive policy
changes by demanding good governance.
rights defenders, mainly and typically women, empowered
through civic education to act as 'full citizens'.
- A democratic
accountable, and capacitated organisational structure that
practices shared leadership and cooperates fully with members
and their communities.
mobilise Zimbabweans to demand social justice on a non-partisan
basis, educate them about their civil rights and persuade
them to participate in all civic processes. We will mobilise
people to the movement through civic education and strategic
non-violent action to demand a new political leadership that
can be accountable and deliver all aspects of social justice
and a people-driven constitution.
A Zimbabwe with a democratically elected leadership, guided
by the Constitution, which respects human rights and works
in partnership with an engaged citizenry towards the achievement
of social and economic justice.
Activism; Democracy & Good Governance; Education/Training;
Human Rights; Religion; Women