The Restoration of Human Rights (ROHR) in Zimbabwe was formed in 2007 out of the need for the Zimbabwe Vigil to have an organisation on the ground in Zimbabwe to reflect the Vigil’s mission statement to fight for human rights and true democracy (free and fair elections) in Zimbabwe. ROHR is a non-political organisation committed to educating people to achieve real change in the form of justice, peace and freedom in Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe ROHR - Restoration of Human Rights
Zimbabwe ROHR - Restoration of Human Rights
Zimbabwe ROHR - Restoration of Human Rights
Zimbabwe ROHR - Restoration of Human Rights
Zimbabwe ROHR - Restoration of Human Rights

The long awaited Christmas Get Together and National Fundraiser hosted by Restoration of Human Rights Zimbabwe (ROHRZ) Central London Branch marked a good end to a good year. The glamorous event which started at 7.30 pm and went on to 3 am, was held at Tiger Tiger, a party venue in the heart of London. The venue provided a remarkable and unmatched Christmas party experience; the glamorously dressed guests were treated to a Christmas party with just the right amount of sass and attitude, live music, entertainment and a sumptuous three-course meal to top it off. The ambience was electrifying and conducive to catching up with old friends and networking with new faces.

During the evening human rights activism by ROHR members was celebrated and some of those present were awarded certificates for their human rights work during the year, namely: Sally Mutseyami, Tino Mashonganyika, Rashiwe Bayisayi, Mercy Chapepa and Esther Nyambi. Also commended for human rights work were ROHR Reading branch and ROHR Central London branch.

ROHR Central London is well aware that there are many human rights activists amongst the wider ROHR UK membership deserving of recognition who were unable to make it to the event. Central London looks forward keenly to celebrations for these dedicated human rights activists.

The evening ended with guests dancing the night away under the spectacular lighting that showed up some skilful dance moves while brilliantly hiding the awkward ones.

Report by Esther Nyambi
Central London Secretary

 

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