Responding to Xenophobic Violence in Post -Apartheid South Africa: Barking Up the Wrong Tree?
Written by Dr. Jean Pierre Misago, this paper highlights the general failure to effectively respond to and prevent xenophobic violence in South Africa and offers critical reflections on reasons thereof.
The link between public violence and xenophobia in South Africa
Professor Loren B Landau and Dr. Jean Pierre Misago write about the link between public violence and xenophobia in South Africa.
Migration Experts Series | Loren Landau
Professor Loren Landau, the South African research chair on mobility and the politics of difference at the African Centre for Migration and Society of the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg in South Africa discusses his recent research into urban “estuaries” and “archipelagos.”
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.
Conference Migration and Xenophobia. A comparative perspective on South Africa and Switzerland
Dr. Jean Pierre Misago was a panelist at the conference: Migration and Xenophobia. A comparative perspective on South Africa and Switzerland, co-organised by KEESA, ZASB and Solifonds.
Op-ed: Fighting crime or using immigrants as scapegoats?
Alexandra Hiropoulos and Professor Loren Landau write in the Daily Maverick regarding crime and scapegoating.