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  • 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.

  • Xenowatch Factsheet 2: Incidents of Xenophobic Violence in South Africa: 1994 – April 2021

    This factsheet provides a numerical summary of xenophobic violence incidents that occurred across South Africa between 1994 and April 2021. Prepared by: Jean Pierre Misago & Silindile N. Mlilo

  • Tackling xenophobic discrimination in South Africa

    Dr Jean Pierre Misago speaks to France 24 about tackling xenophobic discrimination in South Africa in reaction to the recently published report on xenophobia in South Africa by Human Rights Watch.

  • Context to attacks on truck drivers

    Professor Loren Landau speaks to Bongani Bingwa of 702 on the challenge of truck driver attacks in South Africa.

  • Laying SA’s woes at the feet of foreign nationals

    “While foreign nationals are scapegoated for a variety of issues that are wrong in the country, xenophobic violence has a lasting impact on all South Africas, often leading to anti-democratic township governance” writes Professor Loren landau.

  • Xenophobia in South Africa

    Dr. Jean Pierre Misago spoke to TRT World about xenophobia in South Africa.

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