The security governance of South Africa has faced immense challenges amid post-apartheid constitutional and political transformations. In many cases, policing and governmental organizations have failed to provide security and other services to the poorest inhabitants. Security Governance, Policing, and Local Capacity explores an experiment that too
Introduction. Definitions. Good Security Governance. The Zwelethemba Road. Reaching Zwelethemba. A Road Block. Roads from Zwelethemba. The Road to This Book. Justice Through Peace. Justice as Just Deserts. Restorative Justice: Justice as Healing. Restorative Justice and the Criminal Justice System. Zwelethemba�s Justice. Mechanisms for Building Justice Through Peace. Democracy in Many Places. Shifting Conceptions. Democratic Deficit. Democracy Blackmail. The Displacement of Politics as a Democratic Requirement. Zwelethemba and the Displacement of Politics. Zwelethemba and the Challenge of Building Private Democratic Spaces. Disputes over Property . Social Disputes. Domestic Disputes. Multiple Accountabilities. Accountability�Where We Have Been. A New Crisis of Accountability?. New Ideas on How to Perceive and Strengthen Accountability. The Zwelethemba Experience�Accountability Mechanisms and Challenges. Communal Accountability. Directly Deliberative Accountability. Horizontal Accountability. Hierarchical Accountability. Accountability in Learning Processes. Accountability Through the Market. Human Rights in Development. No Development Without a Strong State. What Is a Strong State?. Development and Human Rights. Human Rights. Human Development. Human Security. Conclusion: Zwelethemba�s Hope. A Road Block and Beyond?. References. Appendix. Index.