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Kelvin Hazangwi

Human Rights & Social Justice Activist, Zimbabwe
 Kelvin Hazangwi

Kelvin Hazangwi is a leading human rights and social justice activist. Before joining the ZIMCODD Board as the Chairperson of the Northern Region Committee, Kelvin worked as its Senior Programmes Officer. Currently, Kelvin Hazangwi is the Executive Director of PADARE / ENKUNDLENI / Men’s Forum on Gender.  He has organized national campaigns on trade justice, anti – privatization and has participated actively in the national, regional and international social forum processes. He also participated and presented at the Annual United Nations Commission on the Status of Women and Girls at the UN headquarters in New York, USA. Currently, Kelvin also sits on the boards of the Members of National Anti-Domestic Violence Council, SAYWHAT, and Women and Land of Zimbabwe, a women’s rights organization that advocate for women’s access to control of productive resources. Kelvin is a past British Council Chevening Scholar who studied for an MA in Gender and Development Studies, at the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, in the United Kingdom. He also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Politics and Administration from the University of Zimbabwe and a Post Graduate Diploma in NGO Administration from University of Botswana.

Events with this presenter

Headline and Cultural Forums

Ending the Debt Crisis: Economic Justice & the Global South

Kelvin Hazangwi

Social justice and human rights activist Kelvin Hazangwi addresses the economic injustices in developing countries such as Zimbabwe and his work to create a system of responsible lending and borrowing that can benefit entire populations and not just the few at the top. Read More ››

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