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The National Peace Accord, signed by most of the political parties of South Africa in September 1991, provided for a unique conflict resolution mechanism. It set up a countrywide network of peace committees consisting of representatives of the signatories and of civil society. These peace...
Three historical developments in the history of South African psychology are examined in this article, in the light of an analytical framework that stresses the multiple origins of psychology, its practical-applied nature, and the inherent links between its knowledge production and societal...
After a long period of social and material destruction as a consequence of regional destabilisation and civil war, Mozambique has to confront both its material rehabilitation and its social reconstruction. This article analyses the social and cultural impact of the war and discusses strategies...
A case of genocide—Rwanda—is compared to a case where genocide or great violence might have been expected to occur but did not—the change of regime in South Africa. It is proposed that one crucial difference between the cases is the difference between splitting and dividing groups. Whereas...
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