National Dialogue

Coalition teams up with NGO to do national dialogue on brutal killings

The one-day dialogue to be conducted virtually intends among other things to find out possible causes that trigger such incidences in the community. Coalition’s coordinator, Hilda Dadu made the revelations in Dar es Salaam yesterday, saying: “The national dialogue to be conducted today will specifically engage multiple stakeholders to assess the status of ongoing interventions to prevent incidents of the killings; we also intend to raise awareness on early signs of brutal killings before they occur.” According to the coordinator, the dialogue intends to recommend rigorous measures to combat such incidents as well as to call active duty bearers to sustain peace within the community. The meeting brings together clerics, health experts, lawyers; community-based organizations, members of the press as well as development partners. The Coalition of Women’s Human Rights Defenders is a not for a profit organization that envisages a society where all women and girls are free from all sorts of human rights abuses. Among key presenters in the virtual dialogue will be a representative from the office of the Chief Mufti as well as the Tanzania Episcope Centre, The dialogue comes amid a situation of uncertainty in the country where in recent days media houses have been reporting extreme cases of gender based violence coupled with increased brutal killings of innocent people, many of whom are women. The trend is alarming and if left unchecked it could become a social norm that will threaten and destroy the peace that the country has enjoyed over the years



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