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Justice versus Retribution: Attitudes to Punishment in the Eastern Cape

"An important way of measuring the impact of crime upon society is to assess the public’s attitudes to punishment.The survey revealed that, on average, every third adult inhabitant of the Eastern Cape became a victim of crime within a two-year p...

Prison Privatisation in South Africa: Issues, Challenges and Opportunities

"This monograph is intended to present the relevant issues in the debate over prison privatisation, examine the international experience, and to present the facts regarding the first private prison in South Africa. This monograph is important bec...

South Africa : Crime in Transition

"The document provides a detailed analysis of the reason for the growth of crime in the country – seen (correctly) as a complex intermeshing of a diversity of factors – and outlines steps under way in various government departments to counter cri...

Why Fighting Crime can Assist Development in Africa Rule of Law and Protection of the Most Vulnerable

"This Report looks at a factor that is often overlooked in explaining Africa’s persistent underdevelopment: crime. Limited government capacity has meant that official data on crime in Africa are sparse, and independent research has also been limit...

Beyond Retribution Prospects for Restorative Justice in South Africa

"Part 1 outlines the context for the monograph by providing an overview of international experience and lessons, as well as considering the relevance of restorative justice in South Africa at present. In Chapter 2, Batley reviews the South Africa...

The State of the Region Security Sector Governance in Southern Africa

"The aim of this conference was to explore dynamics that influence the democratic governance of the security sector in Southern Africa. The 1990s was a period of democratic transition for many states in Southern Africa. These transitions often en...

The International Criminal Court and Africa: Transcending Cleavages to Achieve Common Goals

In January 2017, at its Annual Assembly of Heads of State and Government, the AU decided by consensus on a strategy for mass withdrawal from the International Criminal Court (ICC), and the continent is developing plans for its own transnational cr...

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