Andre Vlok | In our conflicts, we dehumanise and remove dignity

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During countrywide #FeesMustFall protests – a student-led protest movement that began in mid-October 2015 – students accused police of being heavy-handed. Photo: Denvor de Wee
During countrywide #FeesMustFall protests – a student-led protest movement that began in mid-October 2015 – students accused police of being heavy-handed. Photo: Denvor de Wee

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As politicians, law enforcement, public officials, employers and conflict resolution practitioners try to reverse the damage done by ages and conflicts past, we so often bring our well-intentioned, technically sound and modern conflict concepts to these trenches, where they fail repeatedly because of the one thing that we have seemingly forgotten to add to our strategies … the dignity of all involved in those conflicts.

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