The Zimbabwean Crisis: Recommendations for the Way Forward

Jan 28, 2008Jan 29, 2008
George Mason University

Mr. Coltart’s Talk will focus around Zimbabwe’s decline in the last decade, especially with regards to weakening institutions such as property rights and the rule of law. Drawing on his lifetime of experience in the region, Mr. Coltart will share his account of the problems that have been facing Zimbabwe in recent years, giving his recommendations for what can be done to move the nation forward towards a more prosperous future.  


The Honorable David Coltart is a Shadow Justice Minister and Member of Parliament for Bulawayo South, Republic of Zimbabwe. He was first elected to represent the Bulawayo South constituency in June 2000, and was re-elected in March 2005 with a 76% majority.

After the talk, please join us from 6pm-7pm in the law school atrium for a reception in Mr. Coltart's honor.

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