Tragedy or farce? Xenophobic violence against foreign nationals and other “outsiders” in post-apartheid South Africa
Prepared by Emma Monama and Professor Loren Landau, this policy brief discusses xenophobic violence against foreign nationals and other “outsiders” in post-apartheid South Africa.
Protection from Xenophobia
Written by Dr. Jean Pierre Misago, Iriann Freemantle and Professor Loren Landau, this evaluation reviews attempts by UNHCR to protect refugees and asylum-seekers from violence and recurring xenophobic attacks in a country that has a long history of “othering” within its society.
Introduction of xenophobia and citizenship: the everyday politics of exclusion and inclusion in Africa
Written by Laurent Fourchard and Aurelia Segatti this article in an introduction to xenophobia and citizenship, and more specifically the everyday politics of exclusion and inclusion in Africa
Exorcising the Demons within: Xenophobia, Violence and Statecraft in Contemporary South Africa
Edited by Professor Loren Landau, Exorcising the Demons within: Xenophobia, Violence and Statecraft in Contemporary South Africa, this book draws on an interdisciplinary team of expert scholars and on new research. This is the first academic text to fully theorise the events that made global headlines in 2008.
Promoting social cohesion and countering violence against foreigners and other ‘outsiders’
Written by Tamlyn Monson, Kathryn Takabvirwa, Jessica Anderson, Tara Polzer Ngwato and Iriann Freemantle, this report aims to identify and draw lessons from the strengths and weaknesses of institutions and interventions whose goals relate to building social cohesion in diverse, poor urban areas of South Africa.
Xenophobia: Violence against Foreign Nationals and other Outsiders in Contemporary South Africa
Prepared by Tara Polza, this brief summarises state of the art research and is intended to inform discussions and debates surrounding human mobility in Southern Africa.