Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR)

Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR)

  • Publications: 82
  • Features: 5
  • Contributors: 119

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

Human Development as a Pathway to Transformed and Peaceful Societies: Governance and Development in Zimbabwe

SA Reconciliation Barometer Survey: 2021 Report

How at Risk is the Central African Republic from Violent Extremism?

State of the Nation: South Africa 2022

Building Youth Resilience to Extremism in Mozambique: Perspectives from Cabo Delgado

Human Development as a Pathway to Transformed and Peaceful Societies Trends from Kenya's Ungoverned Spaces

Paying the Price: Financing the Mozambican Insurgency

Dealing with the Past: The Role of the Youth in Promoting Transitional Justice in Southern Africa

Ensuring the Success of the Central African Republic’s Truth, Justice, Reparations and Reconciliation Commission

Assurant le Succès de la Commission Vérité, Justice, Réparations et Réconciliation de la République Centrafricaine / Ensuring the Success of the Central African Republic’s Truth, Justice, Reparations and Reconciliation Commission

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