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09.04.2013 | 2:35 PM
MONITORS BY LRF TRAINED

LRF conducted 2 training workshops for monitors and provincial coordinators from the Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) in March 2013 to enhance their understanding of human rights, democratic concepts and to improve their understanding of the new constitution to inform and broaden their monitoring role in view of anticipated changes to certain laws as well as […]

09.04.2013 | 2:34 PM
JC and 2 others: Assault by Police Officers

Three clients were assaulted by three police officers based at a police station in November 2012. Our clients were accused of stealing underwear and gossiping in the community. The three women were then summoned to the police station where they were made to roll in muddy water with their clothes on, forced to sing and […]

09.04.2013 | 2:32 PM
TA vs CH

Our client JT was referred by women from a local church who had attended our outreaches. She was objecting to her husband (to whom she was married to in terms of an unregistered customary law union) contracting a marriage under the Marriages Act Chapter 5:11.We assisted her in writing the letter of objection. The husband […]

09.04.2013 | 2:30 PM
ZLSC is following up issues of religious intolerance in Zanzibar

ZLSC still making follow up of the issues raising in Zanzibar concerning with the violence against freedom of Religion and killing of Priest Evarist Mushi. Initially on 22, February, ZLSC conduct a Press- Conference on the same matter which was aired by many electronic and non electronic mass media in Zanzibar and Tanzania in general […]

09.04.2013 | 2:28 PM
SUCCESSIFUL Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

LRFs client Female was married to the defendant, MU in 1990 in terms of the Customary Marriages Act Chapter 5:07). Three children were born out this marriage. The client was now alleging that the marriage had irretrievably broken down without any prospects of reconciliation between him and MU. Our client wanted to be assisted with […]

09.04.2013 | 2:21 PM
Zanzibar Paralegal Training

ZLSC having realising the important and tremendous job done by Paralegal, had trained it’s Paralegal with law subjects the training is conducted in each month. For March ZLSC conduct 4 Training for Paralegals 2 in Pemba and 2 in Unguja. The total number of Paralegals participated were 131, 54 in Pemba and 77 in Unguja.