Nonceba Lushaba

With an arts degree from the University of KwaZulu-Natal and knowledge drawn from her accumulated experiences in the NGO sector, Nonceba started her career as a project coordinator for the corporate social investment arm of the P.E.A.C.E. Foundation and Epi-Use Africa. She was head of education at the Field Band Academy where she was pivotal in crafting the pedagogical ethos. In addition, she has worked extensively at various rights-based civil society organizations, including Phoenix Zululand Restorative Justice Progamme, which delivers an innovative restorative justice curriculum for serving offenders. She has authored a paper through the Open Society Occasional Paper Series on the curriculum development of Phoenix Zululand. Nonceba serves on the boards of Phoenix Zululand Restorative Justice Programme and the Vukani Zulu Cultural Museum Trust. 

Nonceba Lushaba

SIT Study Abroad

Academic Coordinator

South Africa: Social and Political Transformation

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