Publications

A Follow-Up Report on the Community Work Programme in Bokfontein

Langa, Malose. 2015. A Follow-Up Report on the Community Work Programme in Bokfontein. Johannesburg: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation.

 

A Case Study of the Ivory Park Community Work Programme

Masuku, Themba. 2015. A Case Study of the Ivory Park Community Work Programme. Johannesburg: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation.

 

Preventing Crime through Work and Wages: The Impact of the Community Work Programme.

Bruce, David. 2015. “Preventing Crime through Work and Wages: The Impact of the Community Work Programme.” South African Crime Quarterly 52: 25-37.

 

Practitioner Perspectives on Transitional Justice: Tunisia

Schkolne, Maya. 2015. Practitioner Perspectives on Transitional Justice: Tunisia. Cape Town: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation and Goedgedacht Forum for Social Reflection.

 

CSVR Community Model: Intervening with Victims of Torture and CIDT in Kagiso, Gauteng

Masitha, Jabu, Dominique Dix-Peek, Modiegi Merafe, Kindiza Ngubeni and Tsamme Mfundisi. 2015. CSVR Community Model: Intervening with Victims of Torture and CIDT in Kagiso, Gauteng. Johannesburg: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation.

 

M&E for Improved Services: Setting Up and Implementing a Clinic-Based M&E System for the Rehabilitation of Torture Victims at the CSVR, Johannesburg

Dix-Peek, Dominique. 2014. M&E for Improved Services: Setting Up and Implementing a Clinic-Based M&E System for the Rehabilitation of Torture Victims at the CSVR, Johannesburg. Johannesburg: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation.

 

Transitional Justice in Post-Conflict Societies: Conceptual Foundations and Debates

Brankovic, Jasmina, and Hugo van der Merwe. 2014. “Transitional Justice in Post-Conflict Societies: Conceptual Foundations and Debates,” in Moving Beyond: Towards Transitional Justice in the Bangsamoro Peace Process. Davao City: forumZFD Philippines.

Part of a publication that outlines transitional justice in the context of the current Bangsamoro peace process in the Philippines, this chapter provides a brief overview of the conceptual evolution of transitional justice. It then discusses challenges likely to be met in post-conflict transitional settings - namely, multiple armed groups, legal pluralism, ethnic and religious tensions, socioeconomic marginalization, and gender inequality - along with some of the strategies used to address these challenges.

 

Transitional Justice and Human Rights

Van der Merwe, Hugo, and Jasmina Brankovic. 2014. “Transitional Justice and Human Rights,” in SAGE Handbook of Human Rights, ed. Anja Mihr and Mark Gibney. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

Presenting a brief, political history of transitional justice, this chapter shows the ways in which transitional justice is caught between international human rights' normative claims and local norms and constraints regarding delivering justice. The chapter was published in the SAGE Handbook of Human Rights, a two-volume set that analyses human rights issues of both contemporary and future importance.

 

Understanding Contextually Based M&E and Knowledge Generation Systems in the African Region: Towards Effective Torture Rehabilitation Services in the Region

Walker, Caroline, and Dominique Dix-Peek. 2014. Understanding Contextually Based M&E and Knowledge Generation Systems in the African Region: Towards Effective Torture Rehabilitation Services in the Region. Johannesburg: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation.

 

Returning to one another: Easing engagement about things that matter: A treasure trove of ideas and exercises to build community and hold conversations that matter

Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation and Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights. 2013.  Returning to one another: Easing engagement about things that matter: A treasure trove of ideas and exercises to build community and hold conversations that matter. Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation and Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights: Johannesburg.

 

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