Southern Africa Reconciliation Project: Khulumani Case Study

Southern Africa Reconciliation Project: Khulumani Case Study

This paper looks at the work of the Khulumani Support Group, a non-government organisation (NGO) in South Africa that has been lobbying government to implement a clear reparations policy for the survivors of apartheid-era political violence. It will outline some of the organisation's major campaigns as well as evaluate its effectiveness. The case study will examine the context within which Khulumani developed its programme, and describe the challenges it faces in its implementation. This examination will also include an analysis of Khulumani's relationship with its "partners".


Oupa Makhalemele
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Oupa Makhalemele is a Researcher in the Transition and Reconciliation Programme at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation.

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