Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR)

Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR)

  • Publications: 60
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  • Contributors: 84

The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation was launched in 2000 in the aftermath of South Africa´s Truth and Reconciliation Commission. The aim was to ensure that lessons learned in the transition from apartheid to democracy were taken into account as the nation moved ahead. Today, the Institute helps to build fair, democratic and inclusive societies in Africa through carefully selected engagements and interventions.

Latest publications

More than a Space for Interracial Contact: Exploring the Importance of the Workplace for Social Cohesion and Reconciliation in South Africa

South Africans’ Views on Land Reform: Evidence from the South African Reconciliation Barometer

Social Cohesion and Inequality in South Africa

The Gap between Rich and Poor: South African Society’s Biggest Divide Depends on Where You Think You Fit In

Corruption as an Obstacle to Reconciliation: Its Impact on Inequality and the Erosion of Trust in Institutions and People

Social Cohesion among South Africans, and between South Africans and Foreigners: Evidence from the South African Reconciliation Barometer 2017

Gender(ed) Perspectives: An analysis of the ‘Gender Perspective’ in the Office of the Prosecutor of the ICC’s Policy Paper on Sexual and Gender-based Crimes

Towards a Social Cohesion Index for South Africa using SARB Data

Vehicles for Accountability or Cloaks of Impunity? How can National Commissions of Inquiry Achieve Accountability for Violations of the Right to Life?

Africa and the Remaking of Global Order

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