Building fair, democratic and inclusive societies in Africa.
The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation shapes national approaches to transitional justice and reconciliation in Africa.
The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR) invites you to a roundtable on Wednesday, 17 October 2018 to discuss race and racism in the sports sector.
It is the world’s longest running public opinion survey on national reconciliation and provides a nationally-representative measure of South Africans’ attitudes towards reconciliation.
White people’s implicit racist attitude towards black people - that we’re less human and therefore deserving to be treated as things, mere objects to be disdained - did not end in 1994.
Unpacking Male Supremacy, the Entitlement of Young White Men and Overt Links to the Intersectionality of Structural Oppression
When I was young, maybe about 12 or 13, I wondered why women have it so much harder. Actually, I had wondered about it for a while; only at that age could I begin formulating it into an actual question.
With the conclusion of women’s month, it is a good time to look back on the #TotalShutDdown movement, which appeared for the first time this year.
South Africa’s election to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has once again bestowed upon it, an onerous responsibility of articulating a cogent voice of reason in a world morally adrift.
2018 marks the 20th anniversary of the conclusion of the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission (SATRC). The South African example seemed the perfect means for post-conflict societies to hold peoples and crimes accountable as a moral reckoning in building a new nation.