Venue: Holiday Inn Bulawayo Dates: 5 – 8 October 2021
The Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (ZELA), Zimbabwe Council of Churches (ZCC) and Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development(ZIMCODD) (the Steering Committee) are seeking expressions of interest to host half day side sessions 10th Edition of the Zimbabwe Alternative Mining Indaba (ZAMI) 2021. Only 6 spots are available with options of morning or afternoon sessions on the 6th and 7th of October 2021. The ZAMI is an annual multi-stakeholder engagement platform on natural resource governance which brings together communities from resource rich areas, civil society organisations (CSOs), faith-based organizations (FBOs), social movements, small scale miners, academia, traditional chiefs, local government, community share ownership trusts, relevant government ministries, departments and agencies, business entities, academia, and media. In line with section 13 of the Constitution on national development, the ZAMI’s signature objective is to ensure that citizens are mobilized and empowered to actively participate in the formulation and implementation of policies that enable sustainable socio-economic development hinged on natural resource exploitation. Given the country’s vast natural resource endowments, if judiciously exploited they can lead to sustainable socio-economic growth, industrialization, job creation, and investment in human development projects – health and education.
Invite for expression to host side sessions
The organisation must be operational in Zimbabwe .
Deadline for submission of proposals
Each proposal must contain the following information:
- Title of the workshop
- Contact information
- Workshop abstract
- Workshop description (maximum 1 pages)
- goal of the workshop
- schedule or proposed agenda
- expected roles of participants