Creating a Space for Remembrance: The Healing of Memories Process

Creating a Space for Remembrance: The Healing of Memories Process

The aim of this report is to examine the 'Healing of Memories' (HOM) process as one intervention in the larger discourse around truth and reconciliation in South Africa since 1994 until today. HOM workshops present one of the few institutionalised post-TRC spaces for South Africans to consciously and practically engage with personal memories and with each other about the apartheid past.


Undine Whande Kayser
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Undine Whande is Senior Conflict Transformation Specialist focused on Conflict Transformation & Peacebuilding, Transitional Justice. She obtained her Doctor of Philosophy in Social Anthropology from the University of Cape Town.

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