Reconciliation Barometer data available at UCT

Posted on June 30, 2010. Filed under: Survey |

Perceptions of political leadership and public officials, 2003-2009

Exciting news!

Over the course of the last few months, we at the IJR have been working to expand access to the SA Reconciliation Barometer data archives – in the interest of sharing information that we view as an amazing public resource, and broadening theory and research related to the study of reconciliation.

The SA Reconciliation Barometer survey has been conducted in South Africa since 2003, and is a nationally-representative public opinion poll that tracks progress in reconciliation across a range of multi-dimensional indicators, including political culture and relations, human security, dialogue, historical confrontation and social relations.

Survey data from 2003 – 2007 is now available for use at the University of Cape Town’s DataFirst centre, where we hope it will be explored by academics, researchers and students alike!

Interested in working with our data but unable to get to the DataFirst centre? Leave a comment below – we accept applications for use from researchers, academic institutions, non‐governmental organisations, students and other interested parties!

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