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  1. Political repression disguised as Civic Mindedness: Operation Murambatsvina one year later / Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum 2006-11-17 . - 48 p.

  2. Politicisation of aid: the Manicaland experience / Zimbabwe Peace Project 2006-09-25 . - 24 p.
    Politicisation of food aid, health care has been going on unabated in most provinces and Manicaland is no exception.

  3. "Meltdown" Murambatsvina one year on / Solidarity Peace Trust 2006-08-30 . - 74 p.
    A year after the start of forced removals by Operation Murambatsvina, what happened to people whose homes and livelihoods were destroyed by this campaign?

  4. Operation Taguta/Sisuthi - Command Agriculture in Zimbabwe: its impact on rural communities in Matabeleland / Solidarity Peace Trust 2006-04-05 . - 28 p.
    Zimbabwe: placing the army increasingly in control of food production via "Operation Taguta/Sisuthi" is the next logical step for government in the militarization of the State.

  5. Evicted and Forsaken: Internally Displaced Persons in the Aftermath of Operation Murambatsvina / Human Rights Watch 2005-12-01 . - 62 p.
    The Zimbabwean government is refusing to protect and assist hundreds of thousands of people displaced by its campaign of forced evictions. It has created a humanitarian crisis in which hundreds of thousands of people are now living without food, water or shelter.

  6. Report on the 2005 Zimbabwe parliamentary election: assessed using the SADC Principles and Guidelines governing Democratic Elections / Zimbabwe Observer Mission 2005-04-08 . - 13 p.
    Based on the present evidence and analysis of the SADC guidelines, the coalition cannot pronounce the elections as being free and fair without qualification.

  7. It's the count that counts: food for thought - reviewing hte pre-election period in Zimbabwe / Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum 2005-03-30 . - 17 p.
    The chief culprit, this time around, ahead of violence and the closure of democratic space, is the politicisation of food handouts.

  8. Zimbabwe: Power and Hunger, Violations of the Right to Food / Amnesty International 2004-10-15 . - 73 p.
    Policies and practices of the Government of Zimbabwe are undermining peoplesí access to food.

  9. Hard truths and soft solutions: the aid industry's approach to the emergency in Zimbabwe / Sayce, Clare; Christian Aid 2004-09-30 . - 37 p.
    In 2002, aid agencies poured into Zimbabwe to avert a famine triggered by bad weather. But the weather was not the issue, many of those who got food did not need it (any more than usual), and the real needs were not addressed.

  10. Blood and soil: land politics and conflict prevention in Zimbabwe and South Africa / International Crisis Group 2004-09-17 . - 221 p.
    Tensions over land and race, which have already contributed much to Zimbabwe's political and economic collapse, are rising in South Africa as well. New approaches are needed.

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