Happymore Chibvura

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Category Psychology and Human Rights

Exploring the Impact of Territoriality on Community Resistance in the Face of Relocations

In the intricate interplay between development and human rights, governance and the human spirit, the question of territoriality emerges as a powerful force, shaping community resistance against relocations. This article explores the profound impact of territorial displacement on communities, drawing insights from historical events and contemporary struggles, with a focus on the ongoing case of the Gwayi – Shangani dam in Binga, Zimbabwe, which stands as a stark illustration of the complexities surrounding forced relocations.

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The Missing Numbers: Unveiling the Psychological Trauma of the Israel-Gaza War

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In the midst of conflict, statistics often dominate the headlines, portraying a stark numerical picture of lives lost, casualties incurred, and buildings destroyed. However, what these numbers often fail to capture is the profound psychological trauma that lingers long after the dust settles. In this blog post, I delve into the Israel-Gaza conflict and the missing numbers that represent the untold stories of psychological suffering.

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