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Research outputs: RACIAL SEGREGATION

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2008 Racial redress & citizenship in South Africa

South Africa's democratic experiment is confronted with a central political dilemma: how to advance redress and address historical injustice...

2008 Set-up for failure: racial redress in the Department of Public Service and Administration

The way in which the public service is often analysed or discusses obscures the problem that this chapter wants to identify. Although it is...

2008 The meaning of racial redress in South African schools, 1994 to 2006

This chapter attempts to give local and specific content to the question of redress through case studies of particular schools in the urban ...

2008 Racial redress means different things for different schools: case studies of five Gauteng schools

Racial redress in education cannot be considered outside the historically unequal relationships between black and white, rural and urban, ri...