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2021 The importance of being African: public attitudes towards immigration selection in South Africa
The African Union wants to make "being African" an important immigration admission criterion amongst its member states. This would be a larg...
There is a growing level of academic interest in how the media covers immigration and xenophobia in South Africa. Various scholars (e.g. Nya...
The authors call on G20 leaders to emphasise the urgent need to address education and skills development for refugee children and youth in h...Download this report
This chapter concludes that regional transborder legacies of migration cannot be wished away; rather, they need to be confronted with durabl...