Volume Six, 2008

Volume 6 Issue 1, May 2008

The need for further reconciliation, Fanie du Toit

may 20082Bringing people back into government, Jan Hofmeyr & Alleyne Smith

Challenges and opportunities in education, Mary Metcalfe

A moment of opportunity, Shameela Seedat

Drawing the youth into the national conversation: Have we done enough?, Valdi van Reenen-Le Roux

Democratic Republic of Congo: Staying the course, Marian Matshikiza

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Volume 6 Issue 2, August 2008

Zimbabwe: Nationalism and democracy come head to head, Fanie du Toit & Shuvai Nyoni

The perils and promise of post-1994 youth, Jonathan Jansenaugust 2008

Bringing youth development into the mainstream, Rudi Buys

Picking up the pieces: Coming to terms with our xenophobic shame, Jan Hofmeyr

Rebuilding trust requires community leaders to find sustainable solutions together, Valdi van Reenen-Le Roux & Nkwenkwe Lukuko

Reconciliation: From abstraction to practice, Carmen Louw & Natalie Jaynes

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Volume 6 Issue 3, November 2008

IJR receives peace award, Fanie du Toit

november 2008The separation of powers: Are the checks and balances working?, Gary Pienaar

The independence of the judiciary in South Africa, Pierre de Vos

Trust and uncertainty, Dadisai Taderera & Jan Hofmeyr

‘All, Here and Now’, Allan Boesak

Celebrating the UDF, Jeremy Seekings

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Volume 6 Issue 4, December 2008

Taking our achievements a little more seriously, Fanie du Toitdecember 2008

No place for political opportunities in volatile times, Jan Hofmeyr

Are the TRC recommendations still a priority?, Fanie du Toit & Natalie Jaynes

Post-apartheid challenges to transitional justice in South Africa: A perspective from observers, Fabius Okumu-Alya, Jackee Budesta Batanda & Lino Owor Ogora

Reconciliation Award goes to the Masiphumelele community, Valdi van Reenen-Le Roux & Fanie du Toit

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