Author Archives: Kate

Call for Applications: 2013 Transitional Justice Fellowships

IJR TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME    20 July-8 August, 2013  JOHANNESBURG & CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA   INVITATION TO NATIONALS

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IJR Statement on the crisis in Jonglei, South Sudan

12 April 2013 The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR) hereby expresses deep concern regarding the scale of violence occurring

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Reconciliation Barometer data now online

I am very happy to announce that the results of ten rounds* (2003-2011) of the SA Reconciliation Barometer survey are

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Lastest newsletter released!

I am very happy to announce the release of Issue 1 of the Reconciliation Barometer newsletter for 2013! Follow the

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No closure to a hurtful past

South Africa’s democratic settlement remains tenuously balanced between promiscuous peace and victors’ justice, twin dangers often associated with political transitions.

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Barometer briefings in Joburg, 19 March

This year the Reconciliation Barometer project will be holding a series of regional briefings around South Africa on the 2012

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Kenya elections message

The IJR, the Folke Bernadotte Academy and the Kenyan National Cohesion and Integration Commission have issued a statement of support

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New TRC website launched

This month marks the 10th anniversary of the handing over of the final TRC Report to the government, and the

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Illegitimate policing practices in a democratic state

NATALIE JAYNES On 16 August 2012 the South African Police Service (SAPS) made international headlines when police opened fire on

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Joburg Barometer Briefing on 19 March

This year, the Reconciliation Barometer project will once again be holding a series of regional briefings on the 2012 survey

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