South African Institute of Race Relations

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The South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR)is an independent think-tank producing research, policy critiques, and risk analysis on South Africa. Its fields of expertise include the economy, business, labour, education, demographics, living conditions, crime, security, healthcare, land reform, service delivery, politics, and government affairs.

When the Institute was established in 1929 it was the first national multiracial organisation to work for goodwill and to conduct research into race relations. The constitution adopted in 1932 defined its objective as: “… to work for peace, goodwill, and practical co-operation between the various sections and races of the population of South Africa”

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