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Rest in Peace Madiba

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela devoted his adult life to the struggle for freedom, and his golden years to leading the way

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TRC Lessons for Marikana?

“If we don’t heed these lessons, we cannot expect not to repeat them.” By Fanie du Toit* The Institute for

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Lastest newsletter released!

We are very happy to announce the release of Issue 2 of the Reconciliation Barometer newsletter for 2013! Follow the

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Transformation Audit Launch

Today, the IJR launches the 2011 Transformation Audit, as well as a dedicated new blog! To have a look at

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Women, War and Peace Series

In December, the International Women’s Program of the Open Society Foundations hosted a panel discussion in New York with the

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Traditional Courts Bill

I came across this interesting article yesterday on the response of the University of Cape Town‘s Law, Race and Gender

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Vacancy: Communications

The IJR is currently seeking to appoint a new Communications Officer – for information on this and other vacancies, please

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The Kenyan Four

Decision to prosecute Kenyan four over post-election violence a lesson for all ALLAN NGARI In January 2012, the ICC’s Pre-Trial

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Making up is hard to do

By professor Charles Villa-Vicencio, founding director of the IJR, for Foreign Policy (via NPR). Foreign Policy: Making Up Is Hard

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2011 Reconciliation Barometer released!

This morning in Cape Town, the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation launches the report of the 11th Round of the

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