Policy Dialogue: The Role of Ex-Combatants in Memorialization Processes in South Africa

Policy Dialogue: The Role of Ex-Combatants in Memorialization Processes in South Africa

The following workshop report is based on a 15 November 2007 CSVR workshop that looked to examine the role ex-combatants play in memorialization processes in post-TRC (Truth and Reconciliation Commission) South Africa. Several key stake-holders were invited from government departments, Non-governmental organizations and Military Veterans Associations.

 

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