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AIESEC in Zimbabwe – “AIESEC provides a platform for young people to discover and develop their potential in order to have a positive impact in society. This it does through providing work abroad opportunities and local activities which enable young people to become change agents for a better tommorrow, while being relevant today.”

Kubatana – An on-line community for Zimbabwean activists. Aims to improve the accessibility of human rights and civic information in Zimbabwe. Lists a variety of NGOs, civil society organizations and social justice groups.

RESPECT Southern Africa – “RESPECT Southern Africa is part of RESPECT International is committed to raising awareness among international youth about refugees and refugee issues, encouraging activism among youth and further empowering refugee children and communities through letter and cultural exchange, through the donation and transport of education-related material aid. “

Tolerance Foundation – Zimbabwe – 134 Herbert Chitepo Avenue, Harare, Zimbabwe. Tel: +263 23 407678 or +263 11 755600; Fax: +263 4 795697
The goal of the Tolerance Foundation Zimbabwe is “to support informed and democratic youth participation in the public direction of society in Zimbabwe.” The organization aims to encourage a culture of reasoned tolerance, respect of human rights, and peaceful conflict management among young Zimbabweans across political divides.

Youth 2 Youth in Zimbabwe – BOX 3586 HARARE, ZENGEZA 3, CHITUNGWIZA, HARARE, Zimbabwe. Zimbabwean youth-focused sport and cultural organisation.

Zimbabwe Youth Forum – Building into Zimbabwe’s youth through various youth development initiatives.


Andersson, Hilary. (27Feb04) “Zimbabwe’s torture training camps,” BBC News, Online article.

Madondo, Obert Ronald. “The problem of youth in Mugabe’s Zimbabwe,” Africa Files Ezine, Online article.

National Youth Service Training: An overview of youth militia training and activities in Zimbabwe, October 2000 – August 2003. (September, 2003) Johannesburg: The Solidarity Peace Trust.

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