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Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Discusses the issues of reconciliation and forgiveness in terms of South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
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Truth and Reconciliation Limits to a Process The Truth and Reconciliation Commission TRC of South Africa was thearchetypal transitional statutory body created to promote a culture ofhuman rights in post-apartheid South Africa Wilson It sought notonly to identify and by extension punish individuals responsible forviolence terrorism and oppression during the apartheid era but also tofunction as a key mechanism to promote a new constitutionalist politicalorder and to reformulate justice in human rights talk as restorativejustice Wilson The question emerging from an examination

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