[recording started after the beginning of the conversation] Do you want to hear my story? Yes. I’m feeling like I don’t know what to say.. Well I was incarcerated in solidly confinement for one year. One year? Yeah. And then after that I went to court and I was given 10 years on Robben Island. … Continua a leggere From “Apartheid and Reconciliation in South Africa”, Jiménez Turati Aglaya; pp. 302-318. Interview n. 3: BRIAN MPHALELE, Apartheid victim, 11/2012, CAPE TOWN (SA).
Introduction We are going today to try to answer to some questions connected to the idea of start a social process of change and inclusion in the society using as a tool our stories. I would like to give you a briefly presentation of the theories I think are important to understand that process and … Continua a leggere Civil Society and Conflict Transformation. The storytelling as a tool to start a change and the South African case.
What is the participation degree in social life of people that before were excluded? It depends participation in which sense, in politics? Participation in social life like citizens active in the democracy? In many ways we are still a divided society. When I was speaking at the Khulumani function I said that in many ways … Continua a leggere From “Apartheid and Reconciliation in South Africa”, Jiménez Turati Aglaya; pp. 442-450 Interview n. 21: SELLO HATANG, Chief Executive, Nelson Mandela Foundation, 12/2012, JOHANNESBURG (SA).
Il processo di riconciliazione sudafricano è noto per la sua innovazione nel procedimento che è stato adottato, ovvero perdonare affrontando il passato e il dolore attraverso il confronto e la condivisione dell’esperienza di questo, ma anche per l’insegnamento che ci ha lasciato in eredità. Porre al centro la collettività e la ricerca dell’umanità è la … Continua a leggere L’esperienza sudafricana di riconciliazione.