Symbols of Hope: Monuments as Symbols of Remembrance and Peace in the Process of Reconciliation

Symbols of Hope: Monuments as Symbols of Remembrance and Peace in the Process of Reconciliation

This report evaluates the significance of community based monuments as symbols of reconciliation among communities characterised by a history of conflict. It examines how these symbols contributed to peace processes whilst serving as a source of remembrance of the past for future generations.

 

Symbols of Hope
Lazarus Kgalema
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Lazarus Kgalema is a former CSVR researcher. He is a Clinical Psychologist at Kgalema Psychological Practice.

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