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Title: The impact of Healing of Memories workshops : a case study of KwaZulu-Natal churches
Authors: Theophile, Mukambilwa Mazambi 
Issue Date: 25-Jul-2014
Trauma is worldwide phenomenon that affects many individuals and communities. In the case of South Africa, the apartheid regime has been the major cause of trauma for individuals as well as for communities. Although the Truth and Reconciliation Commission played a kind of healing role for traumatized individuals and communities, many were left unhealed and not reconciled.
To bridge the gap left by the TRC in the context of trauma healing, some NGOs, such as the Institute for Healing of Memories, have taken up the task by organizing workshops aimed at healing affected individuals, churches and communities. In addition, they also helped people to forgive one another, reconcile and build peace. This research examines the impact of Healing of Memories workshops carried out in Durban some years ago. The participants reported significant progress towards trauma healing and reconciliation.
Submitted in fulfillment of the requirements Master’s Degree in Technology: Public Management, Durban University of Technology, Durban, South Africa, 2013.
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