#HelpingHandsSGBV Information, Resources and Organisations

Our #HelpingHandsSGBV campaign looks at how SGBV in South Africa affects children and adults from other countries. For non-South Africans, there can be extra barriers to reporting SGBV – but there are similarities in their experiences too. #HelpingHandsSGBV aims to provide information on how to better understand, report and get help on issues of SGBV in South Africa.

A painting you cannot imagine: Learning and growing from a difficult marriage | #HelpingHandsSGBV

Maria* says that, a few months ago, this interview would never have happened. Not too long ago, she felt that she was not able to speak to anyone about the abuse that she was facing in her own home. Speaking about this abuse and reaching out has encouraged her journey to healing. Maria hopes that her experiences can now offer hope and strength to people in a similar situation.

Joint Submission to United Nation’s Committee on the Rights of the Child.

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Economic Migration in Africa

This brief explores South Africa's standpoint in the context of economic migration policy across the Africa. We research how 'free movement' is threaded through the establishment and protocols of bodies like the African Union, or Southern African Development Community - and South Africa's position on this.

Asylum, Refugee and Migration Statistics South Africa

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Press Statement: Asylum Corruption Report Launched

Lawyers for Human Rights, in collaboration with Scalabrini Centre of Cape Town and Corruption Watch, released its report “Costly Protection: Corruption in South Africa’s Asylum System.” The report tracks corruption in the refugee / asylum system over the last five years.