Born free but still in chains: South Africa’s first post-apartheid generation

Born frees, people born after 1990, will increasingly become more involved in violent protests, and abandon democratic institutions, due to ongoing political and economic alienation.
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Born free but still in chains: South Africa’s first post-apartheid generation

Born frees, people born after 1990, will increasingly become more involved in violent protests, and abandon democratic institutions, due to ongoing political and economic alienation.

This is according to the South African Institute of Race Relations’ (IRR) Born free but still in chains: South Africa’s first post-apartheid generation report. The report provides an investigation into the extent of this alienation and what can be done to include born frees politically, economically and socially. The report was released in Johannesburg on the 29th of April 2015.

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This is according to the South African Institute of Race Relations’ (IRR) Born free but still in chains: South Africa’s first post-apartheid generation report. The report provides an investigation into the extent of this alienation and what can be done to include born frees politically, economically and socially. The report was released in Johannesburg on the 29th of April 2015.

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