Zimbabwe Women's Parliamentary Caucus
The aim of establishing a Women's Parliamentary Caucus was for women parliamentarians to rise above party politics and address issues of common concern as women.
- The Zimbabwe Women's Parliamentary Caucus was launched in October 2001 in response to the SADC Parliamentary Forum initiative with the assistance of AWEPA.
- Structure of the Zimbabwe Women's Parliamentary Caucus
The operations of the Caucus are guided by a Constitution which provides for, among other things, membership and management of the Caucus
Membership to the Caucus is open to all Zimbabwean Women Members of Parliament and Associate Members, upon payment of a prescribed fee.
An Associate Member is any former woman Member of the Parliament of Zimbabwe. However, Associate Members are not entitled to take part in the management of the Caucus and can not vote. more >>