Recently the IJR has co-hosted several interesting events, together with members of our Board. First, and with our warm congratulations, Professor Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela gave her Inaugural Professorial Address at the University of Cape Town on “The ‘Face of the Other’: Human Dialogue at Solms Delta and the Meaning of Moral Imagination”. Read the full address here and media coverage on myZA.co.za here.
Professor Gobodo-Madikizela and Associate Professor of Law (UCT) Jaco Barnard-Naudé also participated in a public dialogue in conversation with Karen Solms of Solms Delta Wine Estate, which has embarked on a project to heal the past and transform memories of colonial slavery into a narrative of pride and dignity. Read more from Professor Barnard-Naudé on Thought Leader.Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( None so far )
December 16 was national Reconciliation Day in South Africa, and we are pleased to bring you Issue 4 of the SA Reconciliation Barometer newsletter.
This final edition of the newsletter for 2009 focuses on South Africa’s progress in the national reconciliation process. To read more, follow the links below:
Institutionalising reconciliation is an urgent priority, Fanie du Toit
Batons or Ballots? Pursuing active citizenship and an interactive state, Kate Lefko-Everett
Reconciliation in a human rights framework, Jody Kollapen
Negotiating a desired future for Cradock, Cecyl Esau
Shine Centre: Recipient of the 2008 Reconciliation Award, Gabriella Sacramone-Lutz
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