Ex-combatant Reintegration and Demilitarisation

The Role of Ex-offenders in Implementing the Community Work Programme as a Crime and Violence Prevention Initiative

Langa, Malose, and Themba Masuku. 2015. "The Role of Ex-offenders in Implementing the Community Work Programme as a Crime and Violence Prevention Initiative." African Safety Promotion Journal 13, no. 2: 78-91.

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Returning to one another: Easing engagement about things that matter: A treasure trove of ideas and exercises to build community and hold conversations that matter

Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation and Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights. 2013.  Returning to one another: Easing engagement about things that matter: A treasure trove of ideas and exercises to build community ...

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A methodological dilemma: The street corner approach versus an institutional approach to accessing victims of torture and CIDT, Appendix D

Langa, Malose. 2011. A methodological dilemma: The street corner approach versus an institutional approach to accessing victims of torture and CIDT, Appendix D. Johannesburg: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation.CSVR developed two research ...

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The Persistence of Military Identities Among Ex-Combatants in South Africa

The Persistence of Military Identities Among Ex-combatants in South Africa. Cape Town: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation and Centre for Humanities Research, University of the Western Cape.This report focuses on the ways ...

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African Union Commission Consultation with African Union Member States on Transitional Justice

Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (2011). African Union Commission Consultation with African Union Member States on Transitional Justice. Consultation Report: Cape Town, South Africa. 12-13 September 2011.

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"We need to do it for ourselves" An Evaluation of the CSVR Ex-Combatant Policy Dialogue Project.

Adonis, C.  “We need to do it for ourselves” An Evaluation of the CSVR Ex-Combatant Policy Dialogue Project. Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation-CSVR. Johannesburg, South Africa. July 2008

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