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Race relations
Laurie Vogel reflects on Michael Ignatieff's recent book on ethnic conflict.
Verwoerd is one of the names most associated with apartheid. William Smook discovers that Wilhelm and Melanie Verwoerd break all the stereotypes.
John Bond describes progress towards healing a deep hurt in the soul of Australia.
Former Utrecht city councillor Aad Burger discovers how the Dutch police are responding to their country's increasing ethnic diversity.
Ten years after the fall of the Wall, Michael Smith visits Berlin and meets the woman charged with bringing down the barriers between the city's multi-racial communities:
The Victorian Multicultural Commission recently launched a campaign aimed at getting students to value Australia's diversity.
Robert Corcoran, National Coordinator of the Hope in the Cities (HIC) coalition based in Richmond, Virginia, reports on the third annual Metropolitan Richmond Day, where HIC activists from across the USA gathered:
William Winter, one of the architects of Clinton's new initiative on race, grew up on a farm on the edge of the Mississippi Delta. What turned him into a reformer? He talks to Robert Webb.
William Smook is a Cape Town-based journalist and subeditor, and Vice-Chairman of the Cape Town Press Club
This year 16 black Americans were among 100 travellers on a yatra through Gujarat, land of Mahatma Gandhi's birth. They came to honour Martin Luther King's spiritual debt to Gandhi.