Migrants and Xenophobia Tag

In recent years, the election period in South Africa has been a sensitive time, and it has, in some instances, exacerbated issues related to xenophobia and negatively impacted social cohesion within communities.  This takes place within the context of a country like South Africa that...

This workshop is structured around two recent projects: COVID-19: The Intimacies of Pandemics, is a special issue co-edited by Danai S Mupotsa and Moshibudi Motimele. In the midst of narratives that attempt to present the spread and effects of COVID-19 as the ‘great equaliser’ that infects indiscriminately, the...

This research brief presents recommendations for integrating forced migration and its victims into transitional justice processes. Based on research conducted in partnership with forced migrant communities in The Gambia, Sudan, Syria, and Bangladesh/Myanmar, the recommendations provide guidance for national and international policy makers and civil...

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