Human Trafficking Awareness Campaign

As part of the research dissemination strategy, our NGO partner, Childline, together with Shamwari Yemwanasikana (SYS – member of the research advisory group) have embarked on a public campaign which involves media streaming, roadshows, and training of key stakeholders involved in anti-trafficking work. The campaign has been targeted towards bringing awareness of both the human trafficking problem and the work that these organisations do to support communities in Zimbabwe fight human trafficking.

On-Wheels Human Trafficking Awareness Campaign

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SYS held awareness campaigns/roadshows on 19 February and 23 February across the city of Chitungwiza (located about 30km from Harare the capital city). The campaign reached out to about 850 people. This was aimed at disseminating information on human trafficking to community members. Information and Education and Communication material in the form of umbrellas, t-shirts, caps, sunhats, face masks, posters, pamphlets and fliers were distributed. The awareness proved to be successful as community members have since then been phoning SYS’s Toll-free line, asking for more information and reporting perceived cases of human trafficking.

Madziva, R. (2020). ‘Bordering through religion: A case study of Christians from the Muslim majority world seeking asylum in the UK’International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 9(3): 47-60.

Walton, E., Mcintyre, J., Awidi, S.J., De Wet-billings, N., Dixon, K., Madziva, R., Monk, D., Nyoni, C., Thondhlana, J. and Wedekind, V. (2020). Compounded Exclusion: Education for Disabled Refugees in Sub-Saharan AfricaFrontiers in Education 5(47 https://doi.org/10.3389/feduc.2020.00047

Madziva, R. (2018). “Your name does not tick the box”: the intertwining of names, bodies, religion and nationality in the construction of identity within the UK asylum system, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 41 (5): 938-957.

Madziva, R. and Thondhlana, J. (2017). Provision of quality education in the context of Syrian children and young refugees in the UK: Opportunities and Challenges. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 47(6): 942-961.

Madziva, R., Simon McGrath and Juliet Thondhlana (2017).  Rethinking the employability of international graduate migrants: Reflections on the experiences of Zimbabweans with degrees from England, Journal of Further and Higher Education, 41(2): 238-259.

Madziva, R. and Lowndes, V. (2016). ‘When I look at this van, it’s not only a van’: Symbolic objects in the policing of migration, Journal of Critical Social Policy, 36(4): 672–692.

Madziva, R. (2016). Transnational parenthood and forced migration: the case of asylum-seeking parents who are forcibly separated from their families by immigration laws, Families, Relationships and Societies: An International journal of research and debate, 5(2): 281-297.

Madziva, R. (2015).  A gift exchange relationship? Reflections on doing qualitative research with vulnerable migrants, Families, Relationships and Societies: An International journal of research and debate, 4(3): 465-80.

Key stakeholder training

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24 stakeholders undertook a two-day training on 17th February and 22nd February in Harare. Key stakeholders that attended the training include: Victim Friendly Unit (VFU), Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP), Family Support Trust (FST), Department of Social Development (DSD), Church leaders, Ministry of Youth, Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education.

Madziva, R. (2020). ‘Bordering through religion: A case study of Christians from the Muslim majority world seeking asylum in the UK’International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 9(3): 47-60.

Walton, E., Mcintyre, J., Awidi, S.J., De Wet-billings, N., Dixon, K., Madziva, R., Monk, D., Nyoni, C., Thondhlana, J. and Wedekind, V. (2020). Compounded Exclusion: Education for Disabled Refugees in Sub-Saharan AfricaFrontiers in Education 5(47 https://doi.org/10.3389/feduc.2020.00047

Madziva, R. (2018). “Your name does not tick the box”: the intertwining of names, bodies, religion and nationality in the construction of identity within the UK asylum system, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 41 (5): 938-957.

Madziva, R. and Thondhlana, J. (2017). Provision of quality education in the context of Syrian children and young refugees in the UK: Opportunities and Challenges. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 47(6): 942-961.

Madziva, R., Simon McGrath and Juliet Thondhlana (2017).  Rethinking the employability of international graduate migrants: Reflections on the experiences of Zimbabweans with degrees from England, Journal of Further and Higher Education, 41(2): 238-259.

Madziva, R. and Lowndes, V. (2016). ‘When I look at this van, it’s not only a van’: Symbolic objects in the policing of migration, Journal of Critical Social Policy, 36(4): 672–692.

Madziva, R. (2016). Transnational parenthood and forced migration: the case of asylum-seeking parents who are forcibly separated from their families by immigration laws, Families, Relationships and Societies: An International journal of research and debate, 5(2): 281-297.

Madziva, R. (2015).  A gift exchange relationship? Reflections on doing qualitative research with vulnerable migrants, Families, Relationships and Societies: An International journal of research and debate, 4(3): 465-80.

Community Cadres Training

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24 stakeholders undertook a two-day training on 17th February and 22nd February in Harare. Key stakeholders that attended the training include: Victim Friendly Unit (VFU), Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP), Family Support Trust (FST), Department of Social Development (DSD), Church leaders, Ministry of Youth, Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education.

Madziva, R. (2020). ‘Bordering through religion: A case study of Christians from the Muslim majority world seeking asylum in the UK’International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 9(3): 47-60.

Walton, E., Mcintyre, J., Awidi, S.J., De Wet-billings, N., Dixon, K., Madziva, R., Monk, D., Nyoni, C., Thondhlana, J. and Wedekind, V. (2020). Compounded Exclusion: Education for Disabled Refugees in Sub-Saharan AfricaFrontiers in Education 5(47 https://doi.org/10.3389/feduc.2020.00047

Madziva, R. (2018). “Your name does not tick the box”: the intertwining of names, bodies, religion and nationality in the construction of identity within the UK asylum system, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 41 (5): 938-957.

Madziva, R. and Thondhlana, J. (2017). Provision of quality education in the context of Syrian children and young refugees in the UK: Opportunities and Challenges. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 47(6): 942-961.

Madziva, R., Simon McGrath and Juliet Thondhlana (2017).  Rethinking the employability of international graduate migrants: Reflections on the experiences of Zimbabweans with degrees from England, Journal of Further and Higher Education, 41(2): 238-259.

Madziva, R. and Lowndes, V. (2016). ‘When I look at this van, it’s not only a van’: Symbolic objects in the policing of migration, Journal of Critical Social Policy, 36(4): 672–692.

Madziva, R. (2016). Transnational parenthood and forced migration: the case of asylum-seeking parents who are forcibly separated from their families by immigration laws, Families, Relationships and Societies: An International journal of research and debate, 5(2): 281-297.

Madziva, R. (2015).  A gift exchange relationship? Reflections on doing qualitative research with vulnerable migrants, Families, Relationships and Societies: An International journal of research and debate, 4(3): 465-80.

Childline

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Provided a two-day training (22 and 23 February) to about 25 Child Care Workers (CCWs) including Social Workers from around Harare, the capital city of Zimbabwe. This was meant to help activate and strengthen community structures that are sustainable for an effective response to trafficking in persons in Zimbabwe. The training also enabled key stakeholders to set up referral systems within their communities.

Madziva, R. (2020). ‘Bordering through religion: A case study of Christians from the Muslim majority world seeking asylum in the UK’International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 9(3): 47-60.

Walton, E., Mcintyre, J., Awidi, S.J., De Wet-billings, N., Dixon, K., Madziva, R., Monk, D., Nyoni, C., Thondhlana, J. and Wedekind, V. (2020). Compounded Exclusion: Education for Disabled Refugees in Sub-Saharan AfricaFrontiers in Education 5(47 https://doi.org/10.3389/feduc.2020.00047

Madziva, R. (2018). “Your name does not tick the box”: the intertwining of names, bodies, religion and nationality in the construction of identity within the UK asylum system, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 41 (5): 938-957.

Madziva, R. and Thondhlana, J. (2017). Provision of quality education in the context of Syrian children and young refugees in the UK: Opportunities and Challenges. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 47(6): 942-961.

Madziva, R., Simon McGrath and Juliet Thondhlana (2017).  Rethinking the employability of international graduate migrants: Reflections on the experiences of Zimbabweans with degrees from England, Journal of Further and Higher Education, 41(2): 238-259.

Madziva, R. and Lowndes, V. (2016). ‘When I look at this van, it’s not only a van’: Symbolic objects in the policing of migration, Journal of Critical Social Policy, 36(4): 672–692.

Madziva, R. (2016). Transnational parenthood and forced migration: the case of asylum-seeking parents who are forcibly separated from their families by immigration laws, Families, Relationships and Societies: An International journal of research and debate, 5(2): 281-297.

Madziva, R. (2015).  A gift exchange relationship? Reflections on doing qualitative research with vulnerable migrants, Families, Relationships and Societies: An International journal of research and debate, 4(3): 465-80.

Downloadable Graphics to Help Spread Awareness

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Bin Stickers

Flyers

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