Volume Two, 2004

Volume 2 Issue 1, June 2004

A fall in South Afro-pessimism?, Karin Lombard

Vol 2 Issue 1Crime, security and fear of ‘the other’, Nahla Valji, Bronwyn Harris & Graeme Simpson

Who are the pessimists and optimists?, SA Reconciliation Barometer

Race, risk and threat in South Africa, Ted Leggett

Perception and reality: Wellsprings of privileged discontent, Susan Brown

Bridging the inequality divide, Patricia de Lille & Lance Greyling

A final question, Jody Kollapen

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Volume 2 Issue 2, August 2004

Land grievance is growing, Karin Lombard

Vol 2 Issue 2Land and housing security confidence trumps land fear, SA Reconciliation Barometer

Informal settlements: Breeding grounds of conflict, Jennifer Whittal, Ivan Muzondo, David Dewar & Michael Barry

The justice of land in a land of injustice, IJR Land Reconciliation Survey

Q & A with Dr Wallace Mgoqi, Karin Lombard

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Volume 2 Issue 3, October 2004

Vol 2 Issue 3Are racial divisions stagnating?, Karin Lombard

Race Relations: Is there hope?, Thabisi Hoeane

Coloured community takes the lead in race relations, Zubeida Jaffer

The great South African myth, Judith February

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Volume 2 Issue 4, November 2004

South Africans poorer but better off?, Murray Liebbrandt, Laura Poswell & Matthew Welch

Vol 2 Issue 4Trends since 2001: Signs of hope?, Alta Fölscher

Poverty: The people’s voice, Karin Lombard

More women want work – and are disappointed, Rulof Burger and Karin Lombard

Unemployment: Cancer of South Africa’s economic hopes, Karin Lombard

Skollies on our streets? Dealing with youth unemployment, Cecil Mlatsheni

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