By: Mikhail Moosa
Date of publication: 2018
South Africans’ views on land reform: Evidence from the South African Reconciliation Barometer
RECONCILIATION & DEVELOPMENT WORKING PAPER SERIES | Number 5
The Reconciliation and Development series is a multidisciplinary publication focused on the themes of peacebuilding and development. Peacebuilding research includes the study of causes of armed violence and war, processes of conflict, the preconditions for peaceful resolution and peacebuilding, and the processes and nature of social cohesion and reconciliation. Development research, in turn, is concerned with poverty, structural inequalities, reasons for underdevelopment, issues of socioe-conomic justice and the nature of inclusive development. This publication serves to build up a knowledge base of research topics in the fields of peacebuilding and development, and the nexus between them, studying the relationship between conflict and poverty, and exclusion and inequality, as well as between peace and development in positive terms.
Research in the publication follows a problem-driven methodology, in which the scientific research problem decides the methodological approach. Geographically, the publication has a particular focus on post-conflict societies on the African continent.