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Training of Rights Defenders on Emerging Human Rights and Environmental Issues Linked to Critical Minerals in Zimbabwe

Zim Training

SARW will host a training program for Rights Defenders on Emerging Human Rights and Environmental Issues Linked to Critical Minerals in Zimbabwe. The program is aimed at rights defenders, activists, and community-based organisations from lithium mining communities from Bikita, Buhera, Goromonzi, Zvishavane, and Mutoko. The primary objectives of the training program are to enhance the knowledge and understanding of at least 20 human rights defenders and civil society organisations about the human rights and environmental issues linked to critical minerals, provide participants with practical tools and strategies to identify, monitor, and report human rights abuses and environmental damages related to critical minerals, and foster networking and collaboration among human rights defenders and civil society organisations at the local, national, and international levels.

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AGOSA Training – Call for Applicants

SADC Regional Training of Trainers of environmental activists and campaigners on tactics and techniques to protect themselves against SLAPPs The Southern Africa Resource Watch (SARW) under the Coalition Against SLAPPs in Africa calls for applicants for a regional training of…

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