A Foreign Experience: Violence, Crime and Xenophobia During South Africa's Transition

A Foreign Experience: Violence, Crime and Xenophobia During South Africa's Transition

This report examines the involvement of foreigners in violence during South Africa's period of transition. It grapples with the legal, political and social implications of foreigners in a changing social order. In so doing, the report examines a plethora of complex issues, including: the foreign experience of crime and violence in a context of increasing xenophobia; post-apartheid discourses about immigrants and refugees; and the transmigration of violence across national borders.

 

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Bronwyn Harris
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 Bronwyn Harris is a former Project Manager at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation.

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