2017 SARB Report and Panel Discussion: Elusive reconciliation at a time of waning trust

By Published On: 4th December 2017

The IJR invites you to the launch of the 2017 SARB report and panel discussion.

More than two decades since South Africa’s first democratic election, the first hearings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), and the promulgation of the country’s Constitution, calls have been made – and initiatives taken – to reflect on the country’s journey so far. In addition to political life, governance and economics, progress in terms of reconciliation enjoys substantial focus.

Reconciliation in South Africa’s current and historical context requires a nuanced approach to overcoming and preventing social division. By measuring reconciliation in South Africa through public opinion surveying since 2003, the SARB captures progress and offers empirical insights in this regard. Join us as we launch and discuss the findings of the most recent SARB survey.





Date: 12 December 2017

Time: 10.30-12.00 – registration from 10.00 onwards

Address: IJR’s offices – 105 Hatfield Street, Gardens, Cape Town

RSVP to Pamella Vutula at pvutual@ijr.org.za by Friday 8 December 2017.


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