Key Resources on Reparations in Southern Africa

Key Resources on Reparations in Southern Africa

The following Bibliography is a part of research that forms part of a study "Southern Africa Reconciliation Project" funded by the International Development Research Centre. It was a collaborative project involving CSVR (South Africa), the Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (Malawi), the National Society for Human Rights (Namibia), Amani Trust (Zimbabwe) and Justa Paz (Mozambique).

 

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Christopher J. Colvin
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Christopher J. Colvin is an Associate Professor at University of Virginia. He holds a MA and PhD Sociocultural Anthropology from The University of Virginia, A Master of Public Health (MPH) Epidemiology from The University of Cape Town and Bachelor's Degree Ethnomusicology Virginia tech.

 

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