The African continent has experienced high levels of violence and brutalisation and needs empowerment. Empowerment means different things to different people and at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR), we understand ...

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CSW67: Empowering Rural Women in Africa: Innovation, best practices, opportunities, and lessons lea

CSVR is inviting you to the Learning Roundtable at the CSW Forum. The CSVR Learning Roundtable at the CSW Forum on the 16th of March 2023, will highlight and showcase the innovation, best practices, opportunities, and ...

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Ukrainian Women Artists Join South African Activists in Calling for Mutual Understanding of War's Impact

Landmark Women’s Month exhibition launches on 11 August with Ukraine-South African dialogue event. The Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation and Ukrainian Association of South Africa are bringing a specially curated exhibition, “The Womanly Face of ...

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Reparations and Memory for the Marikana Massacre after 10 Years

Ten years have passed since the Marikana Massacre on 16 August 2022. Yet we are still not close to securing full reparations for victims. The process of civil claims, prosecutions, and support services has been ...

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Ramaphosa Must Tell G7 — You've Supported Victims of Ukraine War, Now Support Those in Africa

Just as G7 hosts, Germany, and its European counterparts benefited from Marshall Plan investment after the second world war, the richest countries must now support global recovery by investing in four key areas. When President of ...

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Panel Discussion: Integrating Forced Migration and Transitional Justice

This panel video provides insights into the intersections between forced migration and transitional justice. It is a discussion organised by the Centre for the Study of Violence and the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience ...

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