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About Elizabeth Mangenje

Elizabeth Mangenje is a Zimbabwean human rights lawyer who is passionate about women's rights and business and human rights. She is a legal advisor at the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), Zimbabwe office. She writes in her personal capacity.

Articles by Elizabeth Mangenje

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Can a male-dominated legal industry achieve meaningful reforms for women?

Despite shocking accounts of harassment and discrimination within their profession, women lawyers in Zimbabwe and beyond are fighting for more gender-sensitive laws.

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