Zimbabwe’s Land and Labor Movement

In this recently published article in the New Labor Forum Magazine, we discuss the need for better land reform policies in Zimbabwe.

Photo credit: Bernard Pollack

While Zimbabwe’s land reform movement in 2000 was initially intended to reduce the number of white-owned farms in the country and provide land to the landless, it’s done little to help the poor in rural areas. Read about how organizations, such as the Zimbabwe Congress Trade Union (ZCTU), are working to improve workers’ and farmer’s rights, and bringing the land back to the people.

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