Learning to Live Together

Learning to live together: Practices of social reconciliation

This book was compiled and edited by Fanie du Toit and published by the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR) in 2003.

“The South Africans who sat together at the negotiation table were not strangers to one another.”

Learning to Live Together

The book takes an in-depth look at reconciliation initiatives that are emerging in education, land reform, rural development, business and the non-governmental sector.

From 2000–2003 the IJR undertook several interventions in communities across South Africa, aimed at seeking to understand what hinders and what promotes reconciliation among former enemies. In each of the communities the stories of “best practices” in pursuit of social and political reconciliation have been collected and presented.

Elsabe Gelderblom designed the cover for the book and was also responsible for the layout and typesetting thereof.

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