Members of ZEN
ZEN currently has 18 members from 10 different European countries, who are all working on Zimbabwe. Together the ZEN members cover a wide range of different fields, which include democratisation, human rights, pro-poor socio-economic development, peace and reconciliation, and the extractive industries.
Trough ZEN the member organisations can lobby European decision makers and institutions at the highest level in an effective and coordinated way. As such, issues and concerns resulting from their programs, find their way to high level European policy makers and institutions.
Moreover, ZEN facilitates information exchange amongst its members and through ZEN its members remain updated about relevant developments in European policy on Zimbabwe.
Members of ZEN
Dutch part of an international organisation, working with over 15 million people in 45 countries for a world free from poverty and injustice. Visit their website >
Danish part of an international organisation, working with over 15 million people in 45 countries for a world free from poverty and injustice. Visit their website >
ACTSA is the successor to the Anti-Apartheid Movement (AAM) and is a democratic, member led, campaigning organisation. Works to eradicate poverty, support rights, justice, sustainable development and democracy across southern Africa. Helps improve women’s rights in southern Africa, particularly in Zimbabwe and Swaziland. Visit their website >
Le Comité catholique contre la faim et pour le développement-Terre Solidaire est la première ONG de développement en France. Reconnue d’utilité publique en 1984, l’association a reçu en 1993 le label Grande Cause Nationale et a le statut de consultant auprès du Conseil économique et social des Nations unies. Depuis plus de 50 ans, le CCFD-Terre Solidaire est mobilisé contre la faim dans le monde. Visit their website >
Diakonia is a faith-based Swedish development organization. We support and work with around 400 local partner organizations in about 30 countries. Together with our partner organizations, we form a global network that works to ensure that more people are able to live dignified lives. Visit their website >
The European Partnership for Democracy (EPD) is an independent European non-profit organisation supporting democratic development outside the European Union. As a network of European civil and political society organisations working on democracy assistance, EPD advocates for a stronger presence of democracy support on the European Union’s agenda and facilitates the exchange of knowledge and best practices on democracy around the world. Visit their website>
The Fonds für Entwicklung und Partnerschaft in Afrika (FEPA) has been working on Africa for over 50 years, supporting selfhelp projects in Zimbabwe, Tanzania and South Africa. In doing so, FEPA works with local partner organisations, which it supports both financially and conceptually. Visit their website >
FOS is the North-South organisation of the socialist movement in Flanders. Our partners in the South are organisations who fight for the right to decent work, health, and social protection.
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KASA perceives itself as a service- and information centre for Southern Africa and a lobby and campaign agency, working on selected issues of social and economic justice in the context of globalization and climate change. KASA was founded in 1996 as a cooperative project of ecumenical groups and organisations and since then is located in Heidelberg, Germany. Visit their website >
The Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions (LO) is decidedly the largest and most influential workers’ organisation in Norway. LO has a strong position in society and has set its stamp on society’s development for more than 100 years. Visit their website >
Seven Dutch political parties founded the Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy (NIMD) in 2000 in order to assist political parties in new and developing democracies and to deepen and sustain young political systems. Visit their website >
Norwegian People’s Aid undertakes practical preventive and supportive work at home and abroad. The organisation’s engagement centres on two strategic areas: Just distribution of power and resources and Protection of life and health. Visit their website >
We work for democracy, human rights and peace in the spirit of Olof Palme. Together with our member organisations, partners organisations and donors, we contribute to development in more than 20 countries. Visit their website >
SAIH is the solidarity organisation of students and academics in Norway. SAIH focuses on education in development cooperation, as well as North/South information and political advocacy in Norway. SAIH was established in 1961 as a part of the Norwegian students’ anti apartheid movement. Today there are local SAIH chapters all over the country. SAIH is not open for individual membership, but have local chapters, student democracies, university boards and students’ and academics’ organizations as member organizations. Visit their website >