National (all SA), Gauteng
NO. 2, Clamart Road, Richmond, Johannesburg, 2092
General / Other, Crime prevention through environmental design, Domestic violence / Intimate partner violence, Hate Crime / Xenophobia, Masculinity, Monitoring & evaluation, Policing, Prevention concepts, Public spaces, Public violence, Urban safety, Youth
The South African Institute of Race Relations is a classically liberal think-tank promoting the ideas and policy solutions necessary to drive the investment and economic growth that will free South Africa’s people from unemployment, dependency, and poverty.
Ideas are the most powerful influence on any society. Apartheid policy was, for example, only abandoned after its dominant idea of racial separateness was undermined. In the very same way South African policy makers need new ideas with which to promote the investment and economic activity that will draw poor people into jobs and build a more prosperous South Africa.
The ideas we promote are the pillars of freedom in all successful societies.