Publications

Lethal force: CSVR submission on the proposed amendments to Section 49 of the Criminal Procedure Act

CSVR. 2011. Submission to Portfolio Committe on Justice and Constitutional Development, Criminal Procedure Bill 39 of 2010 (196KB)

 

The smoke that calls: Insurgent citizenship and the struggle for a place in the new South Africa

von Holdt, Karl., Langa, Malose., Malopo, Sepetla., Mogapi, Nomfundo., Ngubeni, Kindiza., Dlamini, Jacob., and Kirsten, Adèle.  2011. The smoke that calls: Insurgent citizenship and the struggle for a place in the new South Africa.  Centre for the Study of Violence and Society, Work and Development Institute. (1.8MB)
   

Let's end it now: Stopping sexual violence in Correctional Centres: A resource for staff

Gear, Sasha and Barclay, Heather.  2011.  Let's end it now: Stopping sexual violence in Correctional Centres: A resource for Staff. Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (3MB pdf).
 

Profiling Torture II: Addressing Torture and its consequences in South Africa.

Dix-Peek, D. and Bandeira, M. (December 2010). Profiling Torture II: Addressing Torture and its consequences in South Africa. Monitoring and Evaluation Progress Report to end December 2010. Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation. (pdf 1.1MB)
 

Anger, hatred, or just heartlessness? Defining gratuitous violence.

Bruce, D. (December 2010). Anger, hatred, or just heartlessness? Defining gratuitous violence. In SA Crime Quarterly No.34 (pdf 624Kb)
 

The land of milk and honey: A picture of refugee torture survivors presenting for treatment in a South African trauma centre

Bandeira, M. Higson-Smith, C. Bantjes, M. and Polatin, P. (2010) "The land of milk and honey: A picture of refugee torture survivors presenting for treatment in a South African trauma centre" in Torture Journal Volume 20, No. 2, Journal on Rehabilitation of Torture Victims and Prevention of Torture. (pdf 118Kb)

Available online at IRCT (external link).

 

Imprisoning men in Violence. Masculinity and sexual abuse: a view from South African prisons.

Gear, S. (September 2010). Imprisoning men in Violence. Masculinity and sexual abuse: a view from South African prisons. in SA Crime Quarterly No. 33. (pdf 114Kb)

Available online at ISS (external link).

 

Advocating Justice. Civil Society and Transitional Justice in Africa

Brankovic, J. (August 2010). Advocating Justice. Civil Society and Transitional Justice in Africa. Workshop report. CSVR & African Transitional Justice Research Network (pdf 692Kb)

 

Abstract: The “Advocating Justice” workshop brought together Africa-based practitioners and scholars to share experiences and evaluate African civil society’s advocacy for transitional justice on the continent. Drawing on workshop papers and discussions on strategies used in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sierra Leone, and Liberia, this report examines and highlights local organisations’ central role in shaping transitional justice agendas in Africa.


 

An Acceptable Price to Pay. The use of lethal force by police in South Africa.

Bruce, D. (2010). An Acceptable Price to Pay. The use of lethal force by police in South Africa. Open Society Foundation for South Africa. (pdf 592Kb)
 

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