Alternative Policing Structures? A Look at Youth Defense Structures in Gauteng in 1995

Alternative Policing Structures? A Look at Youth Defense Structures in Gauteng in 1995

This paper draws on primary research to analyse youth self defence structures in Gauteng. The paper considers the aspirations and needs of youth involved in these defence structures, and considers the ways that the state could address these aspirations and needs.

 

Alternative Policing Structures_ A look at youth defense structures in Gauteng in 1995
Monique Marks
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Monique Marks is a former Researcher at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation.

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