South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) was established by the country's post-Apartheid government. It was created to enable and promote reconciliation among South Africans who suffered human rights abuses and other injuries in the country's history.
The TRC website provides information and documents related to the organization's work and processes. These materials include transcripts and other documents from amnesty hearings and special hearings, as well as documents from the TRC's Reparation and Rehabilitation Committee. It also provides links to the text of statutes and other legislative materials that provide the legal basis for the TRC's formation and operations.
Below are links to additional internet materials that provide an overview of the TRC and its work.
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