Stories of Torture Survivors Who Sought Redress in Post-Apartheid South Africa

Stories of Torture Survivors Who Sought Redress in Post-Apartheid South Africa

This report forms part of a broader Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation attempt to understand changing patterns of torture in the new South Africa. The report looks only at experiences of torture amongst young black males in South Africa who have brought civil claims against police through court processes. It looks at all the steps and challenges that torture victims encounter in seeking justice through court processes.

 

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Prof. Malose Langa is an Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer in the School of Community and Human Development, Department of Psychology, at the University of Witwatersrand and Senior Research Associate at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Recompilation.

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