Reconciliation

Crisis in Tunisia

FANIE DU TOIT recently visited Tunisia, and shares stories of victims of gross human rights violations, work towards a Truth

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Illegitimate policing practices in a democratic state

NATALIE JAYNES finds that poor leadership and the use of excessive force have threatened the credibility and legitimacy of the

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A moratorium on ‘reconciliation’?

CHARLES VILLA-VICENCIO asks how far we have come in realising the ideals of reconciliation, and calls for more focus on

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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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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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Latest newsletter

The December issue of the SA Reconciliation Barometer newsletter is now available online! Follow the links below to read and

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‘Police Not Trusted by SA Youth’

Have a look at this piece on the 2012 SA Reconciliation Barometer survey results and trust in institutions and leadership

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Young SA’s face new struggles

ELEANOR SWARTZ finds that while the politically charged young activists of the anti-apartheid movement have taken their places in history

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Reconciling Kenya

Recently, the IJR’s Justice and Reconciliation in Africa programme released a new Policy Brief entitled ‘Reconciling Kenya: Opportunities for constructing

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