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Xenophobia

Synthesis
pdf icon 1. Overview & prospects [698 KB]
  David Everatt, Strategy & Tactics/Gauteng City-Region Observatory
pdf icon 2. Summary of findings and recommendations [664 KB]
  Jenny Parsley, independent researcher
David Everatt, Strategy & Tactics/Gauteng City-Region Observatory
pdf icon 3. Setting the scene: Migration and urbanisation in South Africa [3.6 MB]
  Sally Peberdy, University of the Western Cape
pdf icon 4. ‘What happened’ A narrative of the May 2008 xenophobic violence [3.4 MB]
  Annsilla Nyar, Gauteng City-Region Observatory
pdf icon 5. ‘Xenophobia and civil society: Why did it happen? [3.7 MB]
  Patrick Bond, Trevor Ngwane and Baruti Amisi, Centre for Civil Society, University of KwaZulu-Natal
pdf icon 6. Problematising civil society: On what terrain does xenophobia flourish? [3.2 MB]
  Patrick Bond, Centre for Civil Society, University of KwaZulu-Natal
Mary Galvin, independent researcher
Mazibuko Jara, independent researcher and co-editor of Amandla
Trevor Ngwane, Centre for Civil Society, University of KwaZulu-Natal
pdf icon 7. The media’s coverage of xenophobia and the xenophobic violence prior to and including May 2008 [2.5 MB]
  Matthew Smith, Strategy & Tactics
pdf icon 8. Migrant voices [3.6 MB]
  Baruti Amisi, Centre for Civil Society, University of KwaZulu-Natal
pdf icon 9. Genocide and the Great Lakes Region [3.2 MB]
  Matthew Smith, Strategy & Tactics
pdf icon 10. Stopping a conflagration: The response of Kenyan civil society to the post-2007 election violence [3.2 MB]
  Karuti Kanyinga, Institute for Development Studies, University of Nairobi
Case Studies
pdf icon 1. ‘That violence was just the beginning…’: Views on ‘foreigners’ and the May 2008 xenophobic violence as expressed in focus groups staged at the time [3.9 MB]
  David Everatt, Strategy & Tactics/Gauteng City-Region Observatory
pdf icon 2. Progressive humanitarian and social mobilisation in a neo-apartheid Cape Town: a report on civil society and the May 2008 xenophobic violence [14.9 MB]
  Mazibuko Jara, independent researcher and co-editor of Amandla
Sally Peberdy, University of the Western Cape
pdf icon 3. Xenophobia and civil society: Durban’s structured social divisions [10 MB]
  Baruti Amisi, Patrick Bond, Nokuthula Cele, Rebecca Hinley, Faith ka Manzi, Welcome Mwelase, Orlean Nairoo, Trevor Ngwane, Samantha Shwarer, Sheperd Zvavanhu, Centre for Civil Society, University of KwaZulu-Natal
pdf icon 4. ‘Many shades of the truth’: the Ramaphosa case study [10.3 MB]
  Nobayethi Dube, Strategy & Tactics
pdf icon 5. Khutsong and xenophobic violence: Exploring the case of the dog that didn’t bark [4.6 MB]
  Joshua Kirschner and Comfort Phokela, Centre for Sociological Research, University of Johannesburg
pdf icon 6. Towards addressing the root causes of social tensions: evaluating civil society and local government responses to xenophobic violence in Alexandra [3.8 MB]
  Luke Sinwell and Neo Podi, Centre for Sociological Research, University of Johannesburg
pdf icon 7. Social movement responses to xenophobia: a case study of the Soweto Electricity Crisis Committee, the Anti-Privatization Forum and The Coalition Against Xenophobia [6.9 MB]
  Trevor Ngwane and Nonhlanhla Vilakazi, Centre for Sociological Research, University of Johannesburg
pdf icon 8. COSATU’s responses to xenophobia [4 MB]
  Mondli Hlatshwayo, Centre for Sociological Research, University of Johannesburg
pdf icon 9. One centre of power: The African National Congress and the violence of May, 2008 [3.9 MB]
  Steven Friedman, Centre for the Study of Democracy, Rhodes University/University of Johannesburg
pdf icon 10. ‘Business as usual’: The response of the corporate sector to the May 2008 xenophobic attacks [7.1 MB]
  Annsilla Nyar, Gauteng City-Region Observatory
pdf icon 11. The response of churches to the violence of 2008 [3.9 MB]
  Sizwe Phakathi, Gauteng City-Region Observatory
pdf icon 12. Responding to the May 2008 xenophobic attacks: A case study of The Gift of the Givers [3.7 MB]
  Ashwin Desai, Centre for Sociological Research, University of Johannesburg
pdf icon 13. ‘Visible and vulnerable’: Asian migrant communities in South Africa [3.3 MB]
  Yoon Jung Park,, Centre for Sociological Research, University of Johannesburg
Pragna Rugunanan, Department of Sociology, University of Johannesburg
pdf icon 14. The right to respond: A meta-review of the role of the South African media’s coverage of xenophobia and the xenophobic violence prior to and including May 2008 [3.8 MB]
  Matthew Smith, Strategy & Tactics

Useful Resources

Ex-combatant booklet [1.3 MB]
Ex-combatants technical report [5 MB]
Building sustainable livelihoods brochure [354 KB]

CV's

David Everatt CV 2007 [530 KB]
Nobayethi Dube CV 2007 [530 KB]
Matthew Smith CV 2007 [530 KB]

 

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