: Johnson (L.) & Quan-Baffour (K.) eds.

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180pp., paperback, Pretoria, 2022


Contributions include:

"Adult Education in 'Protected Spaces'" by Tabitha Grace Mukeredzi

"Rehabilitation and Reintegration Programmes in Lesotho" by Lineo Rose Johnson

"Open Distance Learning Resources in Correctional Education" by Flora Moleko Teane

"Rehabilitation and Reintegration in a Botho/Ubuntu Paradigm" by Maximus Monaheng Sefotho

"Sanfoka and Restorative Justice in South Africa" by Kofi Poku Quan-Baffour.

Lineo Rose Johnson is Associate Professor in the Department of Adult, Community and Continuing Education at Unisa, where she is project leader of the Women in Research: Correctional Education. She serves as a technical adviser for the Lesotho Crime Prevention, Rehabilitation and Reintegration for Offenders Association.

Professor Kofi Poku Quan-Baffour was Chair of the Department of Adult Education at Unisa, 2008-2019. He is co-author of Sanfoka: A Ghanaian indigenous philosophy.