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Governing Security: A Working Model in South Africa – The Peace Committee.

Cartwright, John
June 4, 2015

Source: (2005) Paper presented at the “A New Decade of Criminal Justice in South Africa – Consolidating Transformation? conference, Villa Via Hotel, Gordon’s Bay, Western Cape, South Africa, February 7-8. Cape Town: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation. Downloaded 12 August 2005.

The Community Peace Programme coordinates, facilitates and supports people engaged in re-imaging and transforming the way in which governance generally – and safety and security in particular – is accomplished. In doing so, it develops, reflects upon and makes available ways of doing, thinking and living that make innovations in governance possible. (excerpt)


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