How the Right to be Online has been Assaulted in Zimbabwe

The Zimbabwe Democracy Institute and Media Centre conducted a study on State of Internet Governance In Zimbabwe and came up with an advocacy paper titled “How the Right to be Online has been Assaulted in Zimbabwe.” The Study concluded that, although internet penetration has increased in Zimbabwe, human rights defenders continue to suffer a raft of state sponsored barriers to internet connection. The government of Zimbabwe has made endless efforts to thwart the work being done by human rights defenders in promoting and protecting human rights as well as pushing for the attainment of democracy by inhibiting freedoms of expression, association and opinion online.

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HOW THE RIGHT TO BE ONLINE HAS BEEN ASSAULTED IN ZIMBABWE

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