ROHR Middlesbrough branch general meeting. Saturday 23rd July 2016 from 1.30 – 5 pm. Venue: Student Centre, Clarendon Building, Teesside University, Middlesbrough TS1 3BA. For more information please contact Ndumiso Ncube 07532080247, Xoliso Sithole 07455911728,Henrietta N Mlilo 079313110024, Esther Munyira 07460861487and Sharon Shoniwa 07534867127.
ROHR Leicester branch meeting. Saturday 23rd July 2016 from 2 – 4 pm. Venue: the Salvation Army, Kildare Street, Leicester LE1 3FY. Directions: Opposite Peking Chinese Restaurant, City Centre. Contact: Enniah Dube 07403439707, Yvonne Makombe 07453909247 and Moline Nyabonda 07961250525.
ROHR Reading branch summer national fundraiser. Saturday 30th July 2016 from 2 pm till late. Venue: Pakistani Community Hall, London Road, Reading RG1 3PA. Contact: Nicodimus Muganhu 07877386792, Charles Mararirakwenda 07964731721, Joshua Kahari 07877246251, Shylette Chipangura 07828929806, Deborah Harrry 07578894896, Sihle Sibanda 07985712749.
The Restoration of Human Rights Zimbabwe (ROHR) openly supports the demonstrations in Zimbabwe as they are constitutional. ROHR is a full member of #Tajamuka and Occupy Africa Unity Square and strongly supports mass demonstrations against the abuse of human rights. Our message is very clear, we are not against Mugabe and Zanu PF but we […]CONTINUE READING →
The Restoration Of Human Right International is arguably amongst some of the fastest growing human rights groups advocating for the protection of human rights and respect for the rule of law particularly in Zimbabwe and the world in general. The Restoration Of Human Rights International currently has operational chapters throughout the United Kingdom and all […]CONTINUE READING →
ROHRZ Reading branch held its monthly meeting on 18th June 2016 at The Theodore Bullfrog, 26-30 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6HL from 12 -2pm.Members mainly discussed the forthcoming 30th July 2016 national fundraising event, updates from the National Executive Meeting (NEC) and various other subjects. At the end of their meeting, the group left […]CONTINUE READING →