Sonke Gender Justice as the Secretariat of MEA will be convening a webinar to discuss ‘The impact of COVID 19 and the prevalence of SGBV among refugees and migrants’. The organisation will draw from its vast experience of working with refugees and migrants through the refugees’ health and rights project within its Community Education and Mobilisation unit to share its reflections using the case study of South Africa. Other speakers will be invited to share experiences from across the continent.
The Safety and Violence Initiative invites students, staff and members of the public to attend the following seminar: ‘’ ‘Getting Angry with Honest People’: Illicit Market for Immigrant Papers in Cape Town, South Africa’‘. This seminar will further debates on immigration governance in the global south, corruption in state institutions, and the vulnerability of immigrants.
The South African United Foreigner Trade Union (SAUFTU), in partnership with the Constitution Hill, is hosting a symposium on ‘Xenophobia and Way Forward’ on 19 May 2015 in Johannesburg.
The seminar seeks to give answers on the recent attacks of foreign owned businesses in South African Townships.