Events

THE AFTERMATH: THE LEGAL CHALLENGES OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING SURVIVORS


Jul 19, 2022
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The Johannesburg Legal Office of Scalabrini Institute for Human Mobility in Africa cordially invites all counter-human trafficking stakeholders, non-profit organizations, government departments and academics to a webinar on “The Legal Challenges of Human Trafficking Survivors”.  The webinar will consist of a panel of speakers who are very close to human trafficking or work in counter-human trafficking. Our panel speakers will consist of Ms Nokwazi Memela, a counter-human trafficking activist who also survived human trafficking herself, will share...

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COVID-19 and migrant struggles in South Africa


Jun 20, 2022
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Our AHMR Journal Editor, Professor Daniel Tevera, recently attended the 9th International Annual SASPEN Conference in Johannesburg from 10-12 May. The theme of the conference was ‘Social protection at a crossroads; between COVID-19 and the SDGs – Southern African perspectives”. His presentation on “COVID-19 and migrant struggles in South Africa” will be published as a chapter in a book that he is currently co-authoring. Professor Tevera is editor of the African Human Mobility Review and he is an Extraordinary Professor...

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Two-day training session at SIHMA Legal Clinic St. Patrick La Rochelle


Nov 09, 2021
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The SIHMA Legal Clinic at St. Patrick La Rochelle has had a good start since its establishment in September 2021, and it is already setting a very high standard in its operation and mission. The Legal Clinic was established with the mission to promote and protect the rights of human trafficking survivors through providing legal services, advocacy and networking. Besides this, the work that is done in the clinic also involves producing rich research that will help shape...

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SIMN Webinar 'Social Media Management with a political approach'


Oct 27, 2021
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As part of the SIMN Webinar Series, SIMN team  invited  us to their next event called "SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGEMENT WITH A POLITICAL APPROACH", which aims to provide a solid introduction to social networks and assertive communication tools with a political approach, to connect with the audiences and strengthen our work and promotion.The event will take place on November 1, 2021, at 5:00 pm (South African time).The participation is extensive for all the members of local...

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UCT Lecture on Refugee Law


May 31, 2021
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SIHMA’s Progect Manager, James Chapman gave a interesting lecture to the students of the University of Cape Town (UCT).  The lecture was virtual and during a morning session on the 21st of May 2021 and the topic of the talk was the Refugee Law. The discussion was well participated and received very good feedback from the students.  We believe that teaching and training are essential for ensuring migrants access to and knowledge...

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10th session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organised Crime


Feb 09, 2021
Categories: Event news

From 12 to 16 October 2020, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) was hosting the 10th session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime. This year’s conference was hosted online, which allow SIHMA’s to assist to a few of the side events on issues regarding migration. Programme of the virtual side events: https://www.unodc.org/documents/treaties/UNTOC/COP/SESSION_10/Website/Practical_info/UNTOC_COP10_-_Final_Programme_of_Side_Events_14_October_with_links_.pdf  Prevention of Involuntary Migration through Quality Education and Empowerment...

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