The report details the proceedings and outcomes of the CCSF Bi-Annual Conference that took place on 27 and 28 June 2012. The two day Conference was attended by Forty (40) delegates on day one and Seventy (70) on day two.
The report highlights the economic dimension of Zimbabwe’s history of conflict. It explores the role that must be played by the business sector in National Healing as commensurate to the impact economic events have had on the nation’s current state.
Since the 1990s, there has been increased advocacy amongst peace practitioners and scholars alike for the adoption of traditional mechanisms in transitional justice.
Due to the volatility of the operating environment leading to political impasse and paranoia, among other factors, civil society in Zimbabwe faces many challenges which include increasing insecurity, harassment and a hostile operating environment.
When the new Constitution was signed into law in May 2013, stakeholders from various platforms welcomed the development and highlighted key issues regarding national healing with specific attention to the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC), which is charged with ensuring post-con
The objective of the study is to establish a baseline on (a) the nature and characteristics of conflict issues (b) how conflict issues have been or are being resolved, and (c) the conflict resolution mechanisms being used in different parts of the country.