- Written by Langa Malose, Themba Masuku, David Bruce and Hugo van der Merwe
Langa, Malose, Themba Masuku, David Bruce and Hugo van der Merwe. 2016. "Facilitating or hindering social cohesion? The impact of the Community Work Programme in selected South African townships" South African Crime Quarterly, No 55.
- Written by Jasmina Brankovic
Brankovic, Jasmina. 2016. “Women’s Contribution to Social Cohesion and Violence Prevention through the Community Work Programme." CWP Policy Brief 3. Johannesburg: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation.
- Written by Dominique Dix-Peek
Dix-Peek, Dominique. 2014. Why Do Clients Stay in Counselling: A Comparative Analysis of Why Clients Stay for a Short or Long Time Using CSVR’s Psychosocial Services. Johannesburg: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation.
- Written by Jasmina Brankovic
Brankovic, Jasmina. 2016. "Integrating Learning, Monitoring and Evaluation into Policy-Oriented Research: Lessons from CSVR’s Urban Violence Project." Johannesburg: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation.
- Written by Caroline Walker and Dominique Dix-Peek
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.
- Written by Malose Langa and Themba Masuku
Langa, Malose, and Themba Masuku. 2015. "The Role of Ex-offenders in Implementing the Community Work Programme as a Crime and Violence Prevention Initiative." African Safety Promotion Journal 13, no. 2: 78-91.
- Written by Hugo Van der Merwe and Jasmina Brankovic
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.
- Written by Brankovic, Jasmina, and Hugo van der Merwe
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.