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Research outputs: MIGRANTS
2020 Leaving no one behind during Covid-19: relief workers' concern for migrants, refugees and asylum seekers
In South Africa, migrants, asylum seekers and refugees have disproportionate access to socioeconomic resources and healthcare services. Find...Download this report
The questions of the value of migrations to social development and the alleviation and/ or exacerbation of poverty and inequality have featu...
In September 2019, a fresh spate of deadly xenophobic violence swept Gauteng, just months after the government launched a national action pl...
In January this year, violence erupted again in Rustenburg, North West, and news reports carried descriptions of homes burned and shops loot...