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  • 09 Jan 2017
  • Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Pages: 350
The judiciary plays a central role in enhancing and protecting women’s rights, as well as the development and enforcement of formal legal responses to discriminatory and criminal activities, including violence against women (VAW). The Judicial Bench...
  • 15 Jan 2011
  • Commonwealth Observer Group
  • Pages: 46
The Report of the Commonwealth Observer Group for the Tanzania General Elections. The Group was led by The Rt Hon Paul East QC, a former Attorney General of New Zealand, and comprised fifteen eminent persons in total.
  • 01 Jan 2001
  • Commonwealth Observer Group
  • Pages: 58
These Election Reports are the observations, conclusions and recommendations of Commonwealth Observer Groups. The SecretaryGeneral constitutes these observer missions at the request of governments and with the agreement of all significant political...
  • 01 Jan 1996
  • Commonwealth Observer Group
  • Pages: 64
These Election Reports are the observations, conclusions and recommendations of Commonwealth Observer Groups. The SecretaryGeneral constitutes these observer missions at the request of governments and with the agreement of all significant political...
The importance of developing integrated strategies to address HIV and genderbased violence (GBV) are well known. This case study focuses on a recent multistakeholder effort, supported by the Government of Tanzania, to put this knowledge into...
This annex is based on a report commissioned by the Commonwealth Secretariat; its terms of reference are attached at the end of the main report. The possibility of conducting field work and empirical research was not foreseen by the terms of...
The purpose of this chapter is to examine the process of decentralisation by devolution in Tanzania. Research for this chapter was based on an analysis of three main types of data. The first data was obtained from the paper on ‘Decentralisation by...
The 31 October General Elections in Tanzania were the country’s 4th multi-party elections since the restoration of multi-party democracy in 1992. The elections represented a step forward for the country, with a largely peaceful campaign on both the...
Article 3 of the Constitution defines the United Republic of Tanzania as a democratic, secular and socialist state which adheres to multi-party democracy. The same principle applies to the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar, which is an integral...
At the invitation of the National Electoral Commission (NEC) of Tanzania the Commonwealth Secretary-General, Mr Kamalesh Sharma, constituted an Observer Group for the 31 October General Elections. In line with usual practice, the Secretary-General...
The modern Tanzanian state is formed from the former colony of Tanganyika, on the mainland, and the former Protectorate of Zanzibar. Tanganyika was first a German colony, then a League of Nations mandated territory under British administration and...
On 31 October 2010 elections were held for the President and National Assembly of the Union and the President and House of Representatives of Zanzibar. In addition, elections were also held for local councils in both parts of the Union.
This chapter considers the state of municipal finances in Tanzania, focusing in particular on municipal infrastructure finance in Dar es Salaam. It first sets out the country or macro-economic context, then provides the background on the framework...
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