The Policy & Analysis Unit of the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR) invites applications for a paid internship from candidates who meet the requirements
The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, in collaboration with Stellenbosch University, invites you to a Roundtable Colloquium that seeks to reflect on Nelson Mandela's tenure as president, and the legacy he has left behind.
The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, in partnership with the Cape Town Holocaust and Genocide Centre, invites you to the Nelson Mandela Centenary Lecture , which will focus on Building Solidarity Through Dialogue.
It has been a few weeks since it was reported that the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) would work on possible prosecutions of the perpetrators behind the murders of anti-apartheid activists.
The IJR is launching a new feature which will give subscribers access to premium content on current issues and events within the transitional and social justice framework through our organisational newsletter
Whilst more than eight in 10 Zimbabweans (82%) say they are both registered and likely to vote in the upcoming elections, young and urban residents trail their older and rural counterparts in readiness to vote, a recent national survey suggests.
As South Africa continues to celebrate Youth month, help create safe spaces where our young people can continue to talk, share their experiences and find lasting solutions to many of our country's political, social and economic issues. Teach, talk, learn and share with the IJR by donating R100 towards youth dialogues.
IJR, in partnership with Ahmed Kathrada Foundation and ASRI, invite you to a seminar in Joburg
The IJR in collaboration with Best Red cordially invites you to the public book launch of Peter Knoope’s The Lone Wolves’ Legion: Terrorism, colonialism and capital.
This conference will bring together a group of scholars and practitioners from different disciplinary backgrounds to reflect on these vexed questions of historical wounding and its haunting legacies.