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20 Years of the SA Constitution – People, Institutions and Rights: Sometimes Hope gets quite tired

IJR and KAS cordially invites you to a morning briefing on findings from the 2015 SA Reconciliation Barometer (SARB) Survey and 2016 SARB Mobile Survey, titled: 20 Years of the SA Constitution - People, Institutions and Rights: Sometimes Hope gets quite tired. Thursday, 8 December 2016 from 9h30 - 12h00 at the IJR offices.

Physical mobility and social mobility: Selected findings from the 2015 SARB Survey

Ensuring that people have access to the resources they need to achieve their goals, and are able to work to the goals they have in their lives, is important for creating a society where social mobility is possible. Elnari Potgieter, Project Leader for the South Africa Reconciliation Barometer at IJR, punts the importance of physical mobility.

Un-Learning Patriachy: The Case of United Nations Peacekeeper Rape

It is evident that confronting the phenomenon of UN peacekeeping rape head-on is an urgent matter, which has been swept under the carpet by the organisation for the last decade. Tim Murithi, Head of the Justice and Reconciliation in Africa Programme at IJR, shares his views and concerns on the untold suffering and brutality on innocent civilians by United Nations (UN) peacekeepers.

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