Promoting Cutting-Edge Research and Public Policy Analysis for Sustainable Democracy
The ZDI researches, publishes and conducts national policy debates and conferences in, among others, the following areas: democratization; good governance; political finance & economic governance; public policy; human rights and transitional justice, media and democracy relations, socio-economic policies; electoral studies and Zimbabwe’s foreign affairs.
The Zimbabwe Democracy Institute (ZDI) is a politically independent and neutral public policy think-tank based in Zimbabwe. Founded and registered as a trust in terms of the laws of Zimbabwe in November 2012 (Deed of Trust Registration Number MA1223/2012), ZDI serves to generate and disseminate innovative ideas and cutting-edge research and policy analysis to advance democracy, development, good governance and human rights respect in Zimbabwe. The Institute aims to promote open, informed and evidence-based debate by bringing together pro-democracy experts to a platform that offers new ideas to policy makers with a view to entrench democratic practices in Zimbabwe.
Pedzisai Ruhanya and Dewa Mavhinga
66 Jason Moyo Avenue, 2nd Floor, Bothwell House, Harare, Harare African Township, +263, Zimbabwe