MHPSS.net is pleased to announce that it will be hosting the webinar "Co-creating a Collaborative Approach to Peacebuilding and MHPSS" with Friederike Bubenzer and Marian Tankink
The 2019 elections will take place at a time when South Africa is still grappling with the legacies of its past, while navigating further political, societal and economic challenges arising from global, regional and local events and trends
We will bring together community-based organisations and individuals, NGOs, higher education institutions, artists, poets, researchers, authors and social activists under the theme of ‘Reclaiming Agency’
As point person for all strategic and fundraising matters, the Head of Fundraising and Communications owns, develops, optimises and drives all fundraising and communications processes of the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR).
Almost a quarter century into South Africa's political transition, most of its citizens continue to wait for its economic equivalent to transpire. Still poverty frames the daily struggles of far too many, while inequality sustains inherited asymmetric power relations that impede access to those resources that are essential to move ahead in life. In short, injustice still reproduces itself
South Africa’s faith community, like other sectors of the society, is closely affected by the challenge of racism, both as a positive as well as (at times) a negative factor
You are cordially invited to attend the inaugural release of Afrobarometer 2018 survey data on elections, political parties and trust in the IEC, which tracks the attitudes and perceptions of citizens in 37 African countries. This will be the first release of Afrobarometer data on South Africa since 2016
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.
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.
The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation invites the public and experts from the student community, academia and the field of economic transformation to a Roundtable discussion on Race and Racism in the Higher Education Sector