The BZS was formed in 1981 in response to Zimbabwe’s independence the year before, and in the belief that a new relationship was needed between the peoples of the two countries. It
- is a network of friends of Zimbabwe
- supports people-to-people links
- informs and educates
- promotes understanding and respect
- encourages open discussion and debate
What do members receive?
- contacts, news, information and advice
- quarterly BZS Zimbabwe Review (incorporating the BZS Newsletter)
- members’ email news list
- networking support for educational, development, cultural and linking projects
- Download the latest information about the forthcoming Research Day
- RD draft programme
- Opt in Whats App group discussion and information update
The BZS maintains an active network of wider contacts. It works in co-operation with organisations that work with the Zimbabwean community in the UK and concerned with Zimbabwe and Southern Africa. It supports Zimbabwean asylum seekers by providing expert advice on the local situation in Zimbabwe. The Society has established a panel of academic experts on Zimbabwe who between them have been able to assess hundreds of asylum appeals.
Please download the latest version of BZS Constitution