Dr. Emily Joy SikazweCommissioner
- Human Rights Activist
- Gender Analysis for Policy and Planning
Dr Emily Joy Sikazwe is a Gender and Human Rights Activist.
She was appointed Commissioner at the Electoral Commission of Zambia on 17th June, 2015. Prior to joining the Commission, she was Chief Executive Officer at Women for Change.
Her main area of expertise is gender analysis for policy and planning, advocacy for civic engagement and female led community development. Dr. Sikazwe is the founder of Nyapachuma Memorial Foundation. A foundation established in memory of her mother and grandmother, which focuses on championing for equal opportunity for women and girls.
She has held membership on various Boards and Commissions namely; Securities and Exchange Commission, Legal and Justice Reform Commission, NGOCC Coordinating Council, Social Water International and Canadian University Services Overseas.
She is a mother of two, a young woman called Kayi – a graduate of Banani International School pursuing post graduate studies and a young man Yatuta, a post graduate with an MA in Political Science.
Dr. Sikazwe teaches on part time basis at the St Francis Xavier University in Canada at the Coady International Institute. She is a recipient of several local and international awards.
PREPARATIONS FOR VUBWI TOWN COUNCIL CHAIRPERSON AND ONE (1) LOCAL GOVERNMENT WARD BY-ELECTION IN MASAITI DISTRICT UNDERWAY
Preparatory work ahead of the Thursday 4th February, 2021 by-elections for Vubwi Town Council Chairperson and the Local Government by-election in Miputu Ward of Masaiti District is underway in the respective Districts.January 13, 2021
BY-ELECTIONS FOR VUBWI TOWN COUNCIL CHAIRPERSON AND ONE (1) LOCAL GOVERNMENT WARD IN MASAITI DISTRICT
The Electoral Commission of Zambia has set Thursday, 4th February, 2021 as the date on which to hold by-elections for Vubwi Town Council Chairperson. On the same date the Commission will conduct a Local Government by-election in Miputu Ward of Masaiti District.January 12, 2021
results arising from the Local Government By-elections in FOUR (4) Council Wards which took place on Monday, 4th January, 2020.January 5, 2021