Barometer 7 issue 3 released!

Posted on October 15, 2009. Filed under: Newsletters |

The October edition of the SA Reconciliation Barometer newsletter has just been released!

The newsletter features a host of interesting articles from great contributors – follow the links below to read the full-text articles, and add your views to our debate!

IJR News

Read about recent events and news from the Institute here.

Vol 7 Issue 3South Africa’s reconciliation process needs to produce more justice

FANIE DU TOIT critiques race and economic inequality in South Africa, and finds a schism between our professed and practiced values. Read the full article here.

Choose a board, choose a future

The SABC should be shaping our national debate, but needs strong leadership from a new board, writes ANTON HARBER. Read the full article here.

South Africa: one of the worst places for refugees

More than a year has passed, and victims of the 2008 xenophobic attacks are still waiting for justice, reports KAAJAL RAMJATHAN-KEOGH. Read the full article here.

Selecting judges to transform our law

HUGH CORDER calls for judges with the highest integrity and independence in the Constitutional Court appointments process. Read the full article here.

Social cohesion in a changing climate

Africa has contributed least to climate change, but will be hardest hit by its impacts, reports MICHELLE PRESSEND. Read the full article here.

Preventing dislocation?

MARIAN MATSHIKIZA suggests that profound socio-economic transformation is the key to stabilisation and reconstruction in the DRC. Read the full article here.

To download the full pdf version of the newsletter, click here. Print copies can also be obtained by contacting the IJR on +27 21 763 7128.

All content © Institute for Justice and Reconciliation 2009.

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