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PWYP Zimbabwe was founded in 2011 around the need to promote and protect the political, economic, social, environmental and cultural rights of communities affected by extraction. The coalition has focused much of its efforts on improving mining legislation, such as the proposed Diamond Revenue Bill, the Mines and Minerals Amendment Bill, the mineral policy and the constitutional reform process. It also advocates for reform of existing laws that hinder transparency and public participation, such as the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act and the Public Order and Security Act.

PWYP Zimbabwe helped bring about the Zimbabwe Mining Revenue Transparency Initiative, in which it plays an important role. Although the initiative is similar to the EITI, the coalition continues to engage the government over joining the EITI. It also seeks to broaden its membership and build the capacity of civil society, the media and community activists to demand transparency in the extractive sector.

The coalition has focused much of its efforts on improving mining legislation and also advocates for reform of laws that hinder transparency and public participation

Member organisations

ActionAid International Zimbabwe external website link >
Centre for Natural Resources Governance external website link >
Centre for Research and Development
Chiadzwa Community Development Trust
Institute for Sustainability Africa (Insaf) external website link >
National Association for Non-Governmental Organisations external website link >
Poverty Reduction Forum Trust external website link >
Transparency International-Zimbabwe external website link >
Zimbabwe Coalition for Debt and Development external website link >
Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association external website link >
Oxfam Zimbabwe external website link >
Zimbabwe Women's Resource Centre Network external website link >
Youth Initiative for Development

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