Dealing with the Past and the Psychology of Reconciliation: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission, a Psychological Perspective

Dealing with the Past and the Psychology of Reconciliation: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission, a Psychological Perspective

This paper focuses on the potentially numerous traumatised individuals who will come in contact with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC). It focuses exclusively on the psychological implications of the TRC and the process of truth recovery.

 

Dealing with the Past and the Psychology of Reconciliation_ The Truth and Reconciliation Commission, A Psychological Perspective
Brandon Hamber
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Brandon Hamber is a former CSVR Programme Manager. He holds a PhD Psychology from The University of Ulster and BA (Hons) MA (Clin. Psych) Ph.D. Clinical Psychology from The University of the Witwatersrand.

 

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