The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR) was launched in the year 2000, in the aftermath of South Africa´s Truth and Reconciliation Commission. The aim was to ensure that lessons learnt from South Africa´s 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. >>
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CALL FOR BID: AFROBAROMETER RESEARCH PARTNER FOR THE SOUTH AFRICA SURVEY : 2015-01-20
The Afrobarometer Network is inviting bids from interested organisations to join the Network as a Research Partner, responsible for conducting surveys of nationally representative samples of the adult population of South Africa. The purpose of these surveys is to measure public attitudes and behaviour on political and governance issues in order to inform the public debate about democracy, governance, and other policy and development issues.
The bid must be delivered in English by e-mail to email@example.com by the 4th of February 2015.
2014 SA RECONCILIATION BAROMETER SURVEY REPORT : 2014-12-03
It has been a historic year for South Africa. The 20th year of our democracy has also been the first without our international icon of reconciliation, Nelson Mandela. In this context, the IJR has devoted the 2014 edition of its annual South African Reconciliation Barometer report to reflecting on past progress, present relevance and future challenges for reconciliation in South Africa. The report, authored by Dr Kim Wale, reflects on over a decade’s worth of SARB data.
Dowload the report here.
SOUTH SUDAN PEACE AND RECONCILIATION CHARTER : 2014-11-06
The Committee for National Healing, Peace and Reconciliation Peace Mobilisers' Charter, signed and agreed on 27 October 2014. Join us in bringing peace to South Sudan!
Visit www.reconciliationsouthsudan.org for more information.