In the year 2000, Zimbabwean feminists sat down in a garden in Harare and had a conversation around women’s participation in the political processes that were taking place at the time, as well as women’s engagement in Parliament. For the first time in Zimbabwe, there were women in Parliament from across the political divide. Therefore women from various political parties, representing diverse comm...Read more
We interact with communities at grassroots level in bringing to life the conversation on how to support female leaders.Learn more
WiPSU encourages equality by providing non-partisan support to women as political constituentsLearn more
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