Jasmina Brankovic is the assistant editor of the International Journal of Transitional Justice. She holds a BA from the University of Chicago and an MA in Political Science from the American University in Cairo (AUC), for which she designed and implemented a field research study on civil society in the context of the conflict in northern Uganda. She has conducted research for several institutes and organisations, including the Forced Migration and Refugee Studies program at AUC and the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights in Cairo. She has edited publications for institutions as diverse as Reuters, the AUC Press, the International Center for Transitional Justice, the Centre for Civil Society at the University of KwaZulu-Natal and the Harvard Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research. She is based in Cape Town.
Malose Langa is a lecturer in the School of Community and Human development at the University of Witwatersrand. Malose is a registered Community-Counselling Psychologist and works with victims of violence at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR) Trauma Clinic. He was part of the research team that conducted a study with former combatants in the East Rand to explore challenges facing former combatants after 13 years of democracy. His research interests include risk-taking behaviours amongst the youth, suicide, substance abuse, trauma and the psychology of men (masculinity). Malose is a PhD candidate at Wits University and his thesis is entitled: Becoming a Man, Exploring multiple voices of masculinity amongst adolescent boys in Alexandra Township, South Africa.