Last month, we got to participate in telling a remarkable story of social justice, restitution and reburial at the University of Cape Town.
Known as the #UCTSutherlandReburial, the project started when Dr Victoria Gibbon, curator of the university's skeletal collection discovered the unethically-obtained remains of 11 people while conducting an inventory in early 2017.
In what has become a precedent-setting process - both locally and internationally - the university launched a massive collaborative effort to restore a sense of dignity to these individuals and return their remains to their descendants.
Working with UCT's Newsroom and Research Office on a regular basis, Nadia was asked to conduct four interviews in the run-up to a press conference about the process.
Read the interviews:
- Community justice through science - an interview with Dr Victoria Gibbon
- Encoding the values of transformation - an interview with Dr Tinashe Mutsvangwa
- Restoring dignity through forensic art - an interview with Kathryn Smith
- Breathing life into history - an interview with Professor Nigel Penn