Newsletter

The SA Reconciliation Barometer newsletter is a quarterly publication produced by the IJR since 2003, featuring expert analysis of socio-political trends and reconciliation, from both within and outside the Institute.

To view the contents of archived editions or download copies of the newsletter, follow the links below!

Volume 11 Issue 3, 2013

Politicking and campaigning and more…

Volume 11 Issue 2, 2013

Memorialisation, gender justice, Africa Rising, and more…

Volume 11 Issue 1, 2013

Social cohesion, the arms deal, the future of civil society, and more…

Volume 10, 2012

Race and racism in Cape Town, reconciliation in Africa, and more…

Volume 9, 2011

Local government elections, Employment Equity, political tolerance, the ‘Arab Spring’, social cohesion and more…

Volume 8, 2010

Soccer world cup, Presidential Pardons, reparations, economic recovery and skills development, inequality and more…

Volume 7, 2009

South Africa’s 2009 elections, voter behaviour, national identity, climate change, xenophobia, and more…

Volume 6, 2008

Democratic institutions and accountability, education challenges, Reitz Hostel, reconciliation in practice in South Africa and Zimbabwe, and more…

Volume 5, 2007

Post-apartheid prosecutions, the Polokwane conference, black economic empowerment, floor-crossing, service delivery, and more…

Volume 4, 2006

Unfinished business of the TRC, overseeing law enforcement, Travelgate, race relations, economic justice, and more…

Volume 3, 2005

Race and our cities, the transition generation, SA schools, government legitimacy, traditional authorities, and more…

Volume 2, 2004

Security and ‘the other’, land reform, the race divide, the South African myth, and more…

Volume 1, 2003

Big business litigation, born-frees, partisanship and reconciliation, national identity and sport, and more…

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