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Zimbabwe People with disabilities gather around a fire outside their previous residence, a Leonard Cheshire home for the disabled in Harare, Zimbabwe. They were evicted following a nearly 20-year dispute with the home’s administration that resulted in a Supreme Court case. The Leonard Cheshire Trust, a U.K.-based charity that operates such homes around the world, argued that the accommodation was supposed to be temporary, until the residents could live independently, but some of the 17 residents had been tenants for decades.

Linda Mujuru, GPJ Zimbabwe