Reconciliation for South Africa’s education system
Apartheid is over but its wounds are still felt in South Africa’s education system which is ranked as one of the worst-performing in the world. Education reform and reconciliation are thus inte...
Stanley Henkeman heads the Building an Inclusive Society Programme at the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation. He previously worked as a teacher, lecturer and manager. Stanley has extensive experience in facilitating learning. He is equally comfortable and effective with grassroots and sophisticated audiences. Stanley played a pivotal role as facilitator/mediator in the xenophobic crisis in the Western Cape between May and November 2008. He holds an MA Degree and is currently the Chair of the Western Province Transplant Sports Association and Vice-Chair of the national body. He also represented South Africa as an athlete at two World Transplant Games. Contact: Shenkeman@ijr.org.za
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