Lessons from Community-Led Peacebuilding in South Africa

Lessons from Community-Led Peacebuilding in South Africa

This report explores a peacebuilding network in contemporary South Africa: the Community Action Groups (CAGs), which were convened by CSVR. It unpacks the role the CAGs can play in ending violence and the structural, political, and economic challenges they face. The report was published in "Local Networks for Peace: Lessons from Community-Led Peacebuilding," edited by Lesley Connolly and Laura Powers.

 

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Masana Ndinga-Kanga
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