Key Documents

Key documents on the country's cultural policy, as identified by the profile author, will be listed here.

Arts and Culture Indaba Report, Culture Fund of Zimbabwe Trust, 2010, http://arterialnetwork.org/uploads/2011/08/ZIMBABWE_ARTS_AND_CULTURE_INDABA_Final_Draft.pdf 

Chifunyise and McLaren, Research capacities in arts education and their practical applications in the southern African sub-region: http://www.unesco.org/culture/en/artseducation/pdf/writtencontribution307robertmclarenfullpaper.pdf 

Chimhundu, H.; Gutsa, J.; Mano, J.; Matimati, E.; Muchemwa, K.; & Nkiwane, M. (1998). Report on the formulation of a national language policy. Unpublished manuscript: ocpa.irmo.hr/resources/docs/Harare_Language-en.pdf 

Chiwaura, H., (1999), The development of formal legislation and the recognition of tradional customary law in Zimbabwe’s Heritage Management, ICCROM, http://www.iccrom.org/pdf/ICCROM_ICS05_LegalFrameworkAfrica_en.pdf 

Cultural Policy of Zimbabwe: http://artsinafrica.com/uploads/2011/06/CULTURAL_POLICY_OF_ZIMBABWE_2007.pdf 

Culture Fund of Zimbabwe Trust, Baseline study on the culture sector in Zimbabwe, Harare, March, 2009 http://arterialnetwork.org/uploads/2011/08/The_Culture_Fund__Baseline_Report__FINAL_250609-3.pdf 

Feltoe, G., (2002), A Guide to Media Law in Zimbabwe, Legal Resources Foundation (LRF) 

Kavanagh, R, ed. Ngoma: Approaches to Arts Education in Southern Africa, (Zimbabwe Academy of Arts Education for Development, Harare, 2006)

Robert McLaren, (2001), Case Study: Teaching Dance to Children in Zimbabwe the Chipawo experience, A paper presented at the Regional Conference on Arts Education in Primary and Secondary Schools as well as in Non-formal Education Systems, 26-1 July 2001: http://portal.unesco.org/culture/en/files/19437/10805724513mclaren.pdf/mclaren.pdf

The Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act: Five Years On, A report prepared by Media Institute of Southern Africa Zimbabwe: http://www.zimbabwejournalists.com/uploaddocs/AIPPA_Five_Years_On__A_Trail_of_Destruction.pdf 

Thondhlana, J., Using Indigenous Languages for Teaching and Learning in Zimbabwe, Unpublished manuscript: http://jan.ucc.nau.edu/~jar/ILAC/ILAC_4.pdf 

Viriri,A., (2003), “Language Planning in Zimbabwe; the Conservation and Management of Indigenous Languages in Zimbabwe”. Paper presented at ICOMOS 14th General Assembly and Scientific Symposium at Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.

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