Zimbabwe: the Presidential run-off and its implications
This site is maintained by the Wilson Center. It provides free access to a webcast of an event which took place on 28th May 2008. It contains discussion of the disputed presidential election in Zimbabwe, subsequent political violence by supporters of Robert Mugabe and the implications of the re running of the election in June 2008. Participants include Ray Choto Senior Editor of the Voice of America's Studio7, a radio program on Zimbabwe based in Washington; Jamal Jafari a Senior Peace Fellow with the Public International Law and Policy Group (PILPG), Dileepan Sivapathasundaram a Senior Program Officer at the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs and Gayle Smith a Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress and Co-Chair of the ENOUGH Project. Technical and copyright information is displayed on the website. Intute.ac.uk


Crisis in Zimbabwe coalition
The Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition is a network of over 350 pro-democracy and human rights groups in Zimbabwe. Its acts to campaign for democracy and expose human rights abuses under the rule of Robert Mugabe. The website contains materials relating to political violence following the 2008 presidential elections in Zimbabwe. These include news stories, photographs, multimedia film footage and eye witness accounts from victims. Also available are links to blogs and other news feeds from campaigners in Zimbabwe. users should note that some materials show distressing scenes of violence.


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