Please note that most services at Scalabrini are running remotely.

Only limited services are available at the Scalabrini Centre of Cape Town due to the Covid-19 virus until further notice. Please enquire prior to visiting the centre. Check our 2021 Services page to find out how to contact our services at this time and follow our Facebook page for further announcements. 

For reliable information on the Covid-19 virus, visit www.sacoronavirus.co.za.

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07Jun

Covid-19 Lock-down: Important information for refugees and migrants in South Africa

This webpage centralizes information that is important for refugee and migrant communities to know about ...
25May

Three insights on migration: Sarita

The team at The Scalabrini Centre of Cape Town (SCCT) works with migrants and refugees every day. With such ...
12May

Going Home: In memory of Appo*

Thousands of clients walk through Scalabrini’s doors every year. As staff, we have different types ...
11May

Press Release: Scalabrini Returns to Court for Cape Town Refugee Office Case

The Scalabrini Centre of Cape Town is back in court challenging the Department of Home ...
30Apr

Critical Skills: A documentary

South Africa is losing out on the skills of refugees living in the country. Critical ...
13Apr

Writing her own way

Geruza, who arrived in South Africa from Angola as a two-year-old, has carved a life ...

#access4EVERYchild

The #access4EVERYchild aims to connect non-South African children and families with practical information and advice on accessing services in South Africa

Please note that most services at Scalabrini are running remotely.

Only limited services are available at the Scalabrini Centre of Cape Town due to the Covid-19 virus until further notice. Please enquire prior to visiting the centre. Check our 2021 Services page to find out how to contact our services at this time and follow our Facebook page for further announcements. 

For reliable information on the Covid-19 virus, visit www.sacoronavirus.co.za.

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30Apr

Critical Skills: A documentary

South Africa is losing out on the skills of refugees living in ...
29Sep

Goods: Film on spaza shops’ role under lockdown

Today we release a new mini-documentary, Goods, which explores the vital role ...
06Dec

Migration in South Africa: three issues and three solutions video

On 29 October 2019, The Scalabrini Centre of Cape Town presented to ...

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