Issue 23|Summer / Fall 2008
Inroads 23 contains several reports from Africa. Robert Cohen describes South Africa 15 years after the end of apartheid as “a work in progress.” Dave Klassen and Rick Gamble bring readers inside the devastating and underreported war in northern Uganda, and remarkable efforts at reconciliation taking place there. Don Cayo visits sites of genocide in Rwanda, as well as in Cambodia and at Auschwitz, and asks what meaning can be drawn from these sites. Also in this issue, Linda Cardinal and Charles Castonguay explore the implications of the 2006 census for language policy, while Johanne Poirier offers a cautionary tale of divisions based on language from Belgium.