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Fanie Du Toit


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Fanie du Toit is the senior advisor of the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, where he previously served as executive director. He has been engaged in post-conflict interventions in South Africa, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan, Burundi, Zimbabwe, Ghana, and Uganda. His current work is focused on deepening the levels of societal reconciliation in South Africa and devising means by which the country can move on from its turbulent past. In the past he was also a minister of the Dutch Reformed Church, contributing to his unique perspective of the internal dynamics of this Afrikaner church. He is the editor of In the Balance: South Africans Debate Reconciliation (2011, with Erik Doxtader), Truth and Reconciliation in South Africa: Ten Years On (2006, with Charles Villa-Vicencio), and Learning to Live Together: Practices of Social Reconciliation (2003).
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