This is the first volume of a five-volume report detailing the facts, findings and recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. The set chronicles the working of an historical process, the purpose of which was to achieve national reconciliation and unity in South Africa. This volume outlines the background of the TRC, including its history, mandate and methodology. Volume two introduces the various role players, while volume three tells the story of the victims in each of the five TRC regions. The fourth volume deals with the role of various institutions, such as organized business, the media and the judiciary. The concluding volume comprises the findings and conclusions of the TRC, including a list of names of perpetrators of Human Rights violations and the recommendations of the Commission.
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Book Description Truth & Reconciliation Commission, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. 1st Edition. The boards are slightly rubbed. Internally clean and tightly bound. Bookseller Inventory # el36
Book Description Truth and Reconciliation Commission, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. First Edition. F to volumes (complete). The report of one of the most extraordinary and historic achievements of post-apartheid South Africa : the commission that aimed to allow the country to confront its past and discover as much of the truth as possible, of what actually happened to people during the apartheid years. The reference number quoted applies to all five volumes. The ISBN is for Volume 1 only. All five volumes are smart and neat. All five have some light corner knocks. The contents are tight, in excellent condition. Volume I: Historical Context, Setting up the Commission, The Mandate, Concepts and Principles, Methodology and Process, Legal Challenges, The Destruction of Records, Report of the Chief Executive and Accounting Officer, Administrative Reports of Statutory Committee, Management and Operational Reports, Regional Reports, Addenda. Volume II (ISBN: 0620230762): National Overview, The State outside South Africa (1960-1990), The State inside South Africa (1960-1990), The Liberation Movements from 1960 to 1990, The Homelands from 1960 to 1990, The Death of President Samora Machel, Helderberg Crash, Chemical and Biological Warfare, Secret State Funding, Exhumations, The Mandela United Football Club, Political Violence in the Era of Negotiations and Transition (1990-1994). Volume III (ISBN: 0620230770): Introduction to Regional Profiles, Eastern Cape, Natal and KwaZulu, Orange Free State, Western Cape, Transvaal. Volume IV (ISBN: 0620230797): Foreword and Context of Institutional and Special Hearings, Business and Labour, The Faith Community, The Legal Community, The Health Sector, The Media, Prisons, Compulsory Military Service, Children and Youth, Women. Volume V (ISBN: 0620230800): Analysis of Gross Violations of Human Rights, Victims of Gross Violations of Human Rights, Interim Report of the Amnesty Committee, Consequences of Gross Violations of Human Rights, Reparation and Rehabilitation Policy, Findings and Conclusions, Causes Motives and Perspectives of Perpetrators, Recommendations, Reconciliation, Minority Position, Response (by Wynand Malan). A healthy set. Please note that the volumes are a hefty weight. fk. Bookseller Inventory # blyo