CSVR Community Model: Intervening with Victims of Torture and CIDT in Kagiso, Gauteng

CSVR Community Model: Intervening with Victims of Torture and CIDT in Kagiso, Gauteng

This report draws on a series of community interventions conducted in Kagiso with the Kagiso Anti-torture Community Project (KACP),  between May 2012 and November 2013. This paper provides a thematic analysis of patterns and themes that came out of the community interventions with the KACP.

 

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Jabu Masitha
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Jabu Masitha is a psychologist and community manager at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR).

Dominique Dix-Peek
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Dominique Dix-Peek is the Knowledge and Learning Manager at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR).

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Modiegi Merafe is a Senior Community Practitioner at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation. He has worked mainly with South African ex-combatants, victims of violence and youth at risk.

Kindisa Ngubeni
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Kindisa Ngubeni is a former researcher and senior community facilitator at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR).

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Tsamme Mmammone Mfundisi is a Community Practitioner at CSVR. She has a diploma in Community Development and Leadership from the University of Johannesburg and completed the short course on Project Management through UNISA. She works on issues of sexual and gender-based violence and advocating for a better system in that regard, and has also being part of the Gender Focal Points at CSVR.

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