Reimbursement of Land for the Makuleke Community
This story focuses on highly political topic of land distribution in South Africa. Forced to leave their land in the Kruger National Park (KNP) in 1969, the Makuleke community filed an application for land reimbursement. Between expert groups, NGOs, the Makuleke community, the KNP, public institutations and other parties, a sustainable solution that was acceptable for all sides had to be found. Following the four phases of the Dialogic Change Model, the road to the accomplishment of this very complex task was paved. Read below for more details on how the approach was used and how the transformation took place.
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