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.
The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation hosted a dialogue on Race and Racism in the South African Basic Education Sector dialogue this past Monday.
Zimbabwe’s presidential campaign has done little to allay popular apprehensions about the security of the vote, the counting of ballots, the announcement of election results, and the possibility of post-election violence, according to a new public opinion survey.
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.
IJR strongly condemns the recent acts of violence carried out by Israeli armed forces along the Gaza strip, which has led to the deaths of over 60 Palestinians with over 2000 others wounded.
Much has been written about how Cape Town is rife with racism – the interpersonal and systemic kind. Of course, this isn’t surprising – we all endure apartheid’s legacies. But Cape Town, unlike, say, Johannesburg, has an ‘old-world’, colonial-redux kind of systematic separation and segregation.
IJR mourns the passing away of Morgan Richard Tsvangirai, the trade unionist, leader of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) and former Prime Minister of Zimbabwe. Tsvangirai was a courageous leader of the opposition against Robert Mugabe’s political regime.