Month

August 2020
(This article is available in both English and French. Scroll down for the French translation) Clémentine is a 23-year-old coltan miner and mother of three, who dropped out of high school to get married.[1] A few years ago a friend invited her to try out mine work, teaching her how to mine. Her husband, who...
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Zimbabwe’s current situation is difficult to understand if you don’t know where it comes from. The human rights crisis in Zimbabwe is far from anything new. Zimbabwe is a country that has never respected the rights of its people. From the Gukurahundi genocide between 1983 to 1987 where 30,000 Ndebele people were murdered by state...
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