David Coltart: 50 Years of Tyranny in Zimbabwe

Proudly presented by the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law and the Australian Academy of Law 

Date:  8 August 2017
Time: 7pm to 8pm
Venue: Monash University Law Chambers, 555 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
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With an Introduction by Justice Michael Sifris of the Victorian Supreme Court

Free Public Event - all welcome

Join author and former MDC minister of Education, Sport, Arts and Culture, David Coltart in his Melbourne book launch of: The struggle continues 50 years of tyranny in Zimbabwe.’

‘David’s determination to fight for the rights of all Zimbabweans, regardless of skin colour or ethnicity, alongside his colleagues in the human rights movement and later the MDC, is ultimately an uplifting story. If, as the book’s title suggests, Zimbabwe may still realise its potential it will be due in no small measure to the efforts of the many unsung heroes who emerge from the pages of this book’ – Sir Brian Donnelly, British High Commissioner, later Ambassador, to Zimbabwe, 2001-2004.

A masterful account of Zimbabwe’s unfinished struggle for freedom’ – Alec Russell, Head of News, The Financial Times.

David Coltart is a Zimbabwean human rights lawyer, resident in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.David
He has served three terms in Parliament, ending in the Senate as minister of Education, Sport, Arts and Culture until 2013