Zimbabwe’s leading cultural icon and musician, Oliver Mtukudzi delivers the inaugural Hugh Masekela Lecture at the Soweto Campus of the Universityof Johannesburg. See link:
http://www.zimbojam.com/articles/music-dance/musical-zimbabwe/item/1842-full-text-of-oliver-
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For info on the  Sheila McKechnie Foundation Training Programme (deadline 15 September 2014) – See link http://zimbabweassociation.org.uk/drop-in-centres/london-training-opportunities/

The Red Cross has published a new report on the difficulties of moving on once granted refugee status, see link http://www.redcross.org.uk/moveonreport

For new info on scholarships look at link http://zimbabweassociation.org.uk/drop-in-centres/education

Click on link for more information: http://www.migrantsrights.org.uk/news/2014/new-home-office-immigration-operation-skybreaker?utm_source=Migrants+Rights+News&utm_campaign=1803f645f1-MRN_News_28-07-2014&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_1084a7080c-1803f645f1-217247841

The All Party Parliamentary Groups on Refugees and  Migration are conducting a parliamentary inquiry into the use of immigration detention in the UK. If you have direct experience of immigration detention and would like to give evidence please contact the ZA office for more information.

UKBA: Operational Guidance Note: Zimbabwe
The OGN  provides Home Office caseworkers with guidance on the nature and handling of the most common types of claims received from nationals/residents of Zimbabwe, including whether claims are or are not likely to justify the granting of asylum, humanitarian protection or discretionary leave. Caseworkers must refer to the relevant asylum instructions for further details of the policy on these areas
Published on Refworld, 13/11/13
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