Zimbabwe and Southern Africa: Hopes, Dreams and Fears


A Presentation from ZANE.
Oxford 2018

Friday 2nd November 2018
18:00 - 20:00
Jubilee Building, St Andrew’s Church, Linton Road, Oxford OX2 6UG


Tickets £20 (refreshments included)

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ZANE Oxford 2nd November 2018

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Chairman: John Hayns
Deputy CEO, ZANE: Zimbabwe A National Emergency

Guest of Honour: The Rt Hon the Baroness Royall of Blaisdon.
Principal of Somerville College, Oxford, and Former Shadow Leader of the House of Lords.

Tom Benyon OBE
Founder, ZANE: Zimbabwe A National Emergency

ZANE Staff from Zimbabwe report on the charity’s work with Pensioners and in the High Density Areas

Senator David Coltart
Human Rights Lawyer and former Zimbabwean Minister of Education


18:00 Registration & Refreshments

Speakers:

Tom Benyon OBE

ZANE Staff from Zimbabwe report on the charity’s work with Pensioners and in the High Density Areas

Senator David Coltart

19:45 Questions

20:00 End


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