Davison Muchadenyika - Ruhr University of Bobhum

The inevitable: Devolution in Zimbabwe's Constitution making process

 Main argument was that devolution can lead to regional instability that threatens cohesion and peace in the state. Affirmative argued that a devolved government structure is essential in dealing with the violence and conflict that engulfed the country since the turn of millennium.

About Davison Muchadenyika
Davison Muchadenyika is a development planner by profession. His professional and academic interests include Governance, Human settlements planning and International development cooperation. He has considerable local and international experience in development consulting and research. Muchadenyika holds a B.Sc. (Hons) Rural and Urban Planning degree from the University of Zimbabwe. He is currently finalising a Master of Arts Development Management degree at the Institute for Development Research and Development Policy, Ruhr University of Bochum, Germany and an MPhil Administration at the School of Government, University of the Western Cape, South Africa. An avid debater, he helped in the formative stages of the University of Zimbabwe Debate Society, in which he served as the founding president.

Draft conference paper can be accessed HERE. Note this is draft only not for quotation purposes.

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