‘Running Them Out of Time:’ Xenophobia, Violence, and Co-Authoring Spatiotemporal Exclusion in South Africa
Research into ‘xenophobic’ exclusion across South Africa suggests recalibrating research along two spatial and temporal dimensions.
Xenophobic Violence in South Africa: An Analysis of Trends, Causal Factors and Responses
In this report, the authors draw from more than a decade of quantitative and qualitative research exploring xenophobic violence in South Africa. Beginning in the mid-2000s, the research presents a systematic investigation into the nature, causal factors, and implications of xenophobic violence plaguing the country. It also explores the nature and effectiveness of state and…
Training IOM Staff on Engaging with the Xenowatch Platform
Training IOM South Africa staff on how to report verified cases of xenophobic discrimination on the Xenowatch platform.
Xenowatch Training – JRS Pretoria and Johannesburg Offices
Xenowatch team conducted training sessions with staff and clients of Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) in Pretoria and Johannesburg offices.
WEBINAR | Applying Behavioral Science in Programming to Address Xenophobia and Promote Social Cohesion
Globally, as well as in the Southern Africa region, a recent rise in anti-migrant attitudes, including an increase in violent acts against migrants, has drawn increasing attention from political actors as well as civil society. While many initiatives to promote social cohesion have been implemented over the years, there is a dearth of research or…
ACMS Dialogues on Governing for Urban Inclusion
ACMS dialogues on ‘Governing for Urban Inclusion’ will bring together relevant stakeholders within government, civil society, academia and community-based organisations to reconsider modes of interventions, theories of change, and stakeholder engagement with regard to addressing current forms of identity-based exclusion and violence in South African cities.