Publications

2016 publications

Berkhout, J., Ruedin, D., 2016. Why religion? Immigrant groups as objects of political claims on immigration and civic integration in Western Europe, 1995–2009. Acta Politica.

Dill, L.J., Vearey, J., Oliveira, E., Castillo, G.M., 2016. “Son of the Soil… Daughters of the Land”: poetry writing as a strategy of citizen-making for lesbian, gay, and bisexual migrants and asylum seekers in Johannesburg. Agenda 30, 85–95.

Huschke, S., 2016. Victims Without a Choice? A Critical View on the Debate About Sex Work in Northern Ireland. Sexuality Research and Social Policy 14, 192-205.

Huschke, S., Schubotz, D., 2016. Commercial sex, clients, and Christian morals: Paying for sex in Ireland. Sexualities 19, 869–887.

Jinnah, Z., 2016. Cultural Causations and Expressions of Distress: a Case Study of Buufis Amongst Somalis in Johannesburg. Urban Forum 28, 111–123.

Jinnah, Z., 2016. In the Shadow of a State: Self-Settlement Strategies and Informal Governance Amongst Somalis in Johannesburg. Journal of International Migration and Integration 18, 1–15.

Jinnah, Z., 2016. L’Afrique du Sud face aux migrations économiques. Politique étrangère 53–63.

Kihato, C.W., Landau, L.B., 2016. Stealth Humanitarianism: Negotiating Politics, Precarity and Performance Management in Protecting the Urban Displaced. Journal of Refugee Studies few 031.

Landau, L. B, Kihato, C., Misago, J.P., Obot, D. and Edwards, B. 2016. Becoming Urban Humanitarians: Engaging Local Government to Protect Displaced People. Urban Institute Research Report.

Landau, L.B., Freemantle, I., 2016. Beggaring belonging in Africa’s no-man’s lands: diversity, usufruct and the ethics of accommodation. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42, 933–951.

Landau, L.B., Palmary, I., 2016. Legacies, Linkages and Limits: Teaching Migration Studies in a South African University. Migration Studies 4, 276–280.

Mapitsa, C., 2016. Local Politics of Xenophobia. Journal of Asian and African Studies, 1-17.

Milne, E.-J., 2016. Critiquing participatory video: experiences from around the world. Area 48, 401–404.

Misago, J.P., 2016. Responding to Xenophobic Violence in Post-Apartheid South Africa: Barking Up the Wrong Tree? African Human Mobility Review 2, 443–467.

Musoni, F., 2016. Cross-Border Mobility, Violence and Spiritual Healing in Beitbridge District, Zimbabwe. Journal of Southern African Studies 42, 317–331.

Oliveira, E., 2016. ‘I am more than just a sex worker but you have to also know that I sell sex and it’s okay’: Lived Experiences of Migrant Sex Workers in Inner-City Johannesburg, South Africa. Urban Forum 28, 43–57.

Oliveira, E., 2016. Empowering, invasive or a little bit of both? A reflection on the use of visual and narrative methods in research with migrant sex workers in South Africa. Visual Studies 31, 260-278.

Oliveira, E., Vearey, J., 2016. ‘Know me! But, remember that this is only part of who I am’: a participatory photo research project with migrant women sex workers in inner-city Johannesburg, South Africa.  In: Arnold, M. and Meskimmon, M.  (eds) Homeland:  Migration, Women, Citizenship. Liverpool University Press: Liverpool.

Palmary, I., 2016. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, in: The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Palmary, I., 2016. The Normalization of Violence: Gender, Sexuality and Asylum, in: Gender, Sexuality and Migration in South Africa. Springer, pp. 31–52.

Palmary, I., de Gruchy, T., 2016. Changing policy: Case Study on the Trafficking in Persons Act (2013) of South Africa. WP39. Migrating out of Poverty RPC. Sussex: University of Sussex.

Richter, M., Vearey, J.,  2016. Migration and sex work in South Africa:  key concerns for gender and health.  In: Gideon, J. (ed) Gender and Health Handbook. Edward Elgar Publishing: UK.

Scheibe, A., Richter, M., Vearey, J., 2016. Sex work and South Africa’s health system: addressing the needs of the underserved. South African Health Review 2016, 165–178.

Sibanda, T. S., 2016. HIV and AIDS Discourses- Implications for Governance and Conflict in Some Parts of Southern Africa. Journal of Good Governance and Sustainable Development in Africa 3, 48-62.

Vearey, J., 2016. Mobility, migration and generalised HIV epidemics: a focus on sub-Saharan Africa. Handbook of Migration and Health 340.

Vearey, J., de Gruchy, T., Kamndaya, M., Walls, H.L., Chetty-Makkan, C.M., Hanefeld, J., 2016. Exploring the migration profiles of primary health care users in South Africa. Journal of immigrant and minority health, 1–10.

Walker, R., 2016. Selling Sex, Mothering and ‘Keeping Well ‘in the City: Reflecting on the Everyday Experiences of Cross-Border Migrant Women Who Sell Sex in Johannesburg. Urban Forum 28, 59–73.

Walls, H.L., Vearey, J., Modisenyane, M., Chetty-Makkan, C.M., Charalambous, S., Smith, R.D., Hanefeld, J., 2016. Understanding health care and population mobility in southern Africa: The case of South Africa. SAMJ: South African Medical Journal 106, 14–15.

Wilhelm-Solomon, M., 2016. Decoding dispossession: Eviction and urban regeneration in Johannesburg’s dark buildings. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 37, 378–395.

Wilhelm-Solomon, M., 2016. Disease as Dwelling: Sustaining Life with HIV in Post-displacement Northern Uganda. African Studies 75, 316–337.

Zschirnt, E., Ruedin, D., 2016. Ethnic discrimination in hiring decisions: a meta-analysis of correspondence tests 1990–2015. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42, 1115–1134.

2015 publications

Amit, R., 2015. From Protection to Exclusion: Asylum Seekers and Immigration Detention in Democratic South Africa,’ in Amy Nethery and Stephanie J. Silverman, eds., Immigration Detention: the Migration of a Policy and its Human Impact.

Amit, R., 2015. Queue here for corruption: Measuring irregularities in South Africa’s asylum system. Pretoria: Lawyers for Human Rights.

Amit, R., and Gastrow, V., 2015. Lawless Regulation: Government and civil society attempts at regulating Somali informal trade.awless-regulation ACMS: Johannesburg.

Clacherty, G., 2015. The Suitcase Project: Working with Unaccompanied Child Refugees in New Ways, in: Healing and Change in the City of Gold. Springer, pp. 13–30.

Fourchard, L., Segatti, A., 2015. Introduction of xenophobia and citizenship: the everyday politics of exclusion and inclusion in Africa. Africa: The Journal of the International African Institute 85, 2–12.

Jahn, I.R., Wilhelm-Solomon, M., 2015. ‘Bones in the wrong soil’: reburial, belonging, and disinterred cosmologies in post-conflict northern Uganda. Critical African Studies 7, 182–201.

Jinnah, Z., 2015. Rational Routes? Understanding Somali Migration to South Africa. Mobility and Migration Choices: Thresholds to Crossing Borders 43.

Jinnah, Z., Cazarin, C., 2015. Making guests feel comfortable: Migrancy and labour in the hospitality sector in South Africa. MiWORC: University of the Witwatersrand.

Jinnah, Z., Munakamwe, J., 2015. A bitter harvest: Migrant workers in the commercial agricultural sector in South Africa. Johannesburg. MiWORC: University of the Witwatersrand.

Jinnah, Z., Lowe, L., 2015. Circumcising circumcision: renegotiating beliefs and practices among Somali women in Johannesburg and Nairobi. Medical anthropology 34, 371–388.

Kamndaya, M., Kazembe, L.N., Vearey, J., Kabiru, C.W., Thomas, L., 2015. Material deprivation and unemployment affect coercive sex among young people in the urban slums of Blantyre, Malawi: A multi-level approach. Health & place 33, 90–100.

Kiwanuka, M., Jinnah, Z., Hartman-Pickerill, B., 2015. Getting the house in order: Foreign migrant workers in the domestic work sector in South Africa. MiWORC: University of the Witwatersrand.

Kuehne, A., Huschke, S., Bullinger, M., 2015. Subjective health of undocumented migrants in Germany-A mixed methods approach. BMC Public Health 15, 1-12.

Landau, L.B., 2015. Becoming ‘cosmo’: Displacement, development and disguise in Ongata Rongai. Africa 85, 59–77.

Ledwith, S., Munakamwe, J., 2015. Gender, union leadership and collective bargaining: Brazil and South Africa. The Economic and Labour Relations Review 26, 411–429.

Misago, J.P., Freemantle, I., Landau, L.B., 2015. Protection from Xenophobia: An Evaluation of UNHCR’s Regional Office for Southern Africa’s Xenophobia Related Programmes. University of Witwatersrand, ACMS.

Monson, T., 2015. Everyday politics and collective mobilization against foreigners in a South African shack settlement. Africa 85, 131–153.

Munakamwe, J., 2015. Review of Costello, C. and Freedland, M. (eds.) (2014) Migrants at Work: Immigration and Vulnerability in Labour Law. Global Labour Journal 6.

Ndlovu, D.S., 2015. Violence and Memory in Breaking the Silence of Gukurahundi: A Case Study of the ZAM in Johannesburg, South Africa, in: Healing and Change in the City of Gold. Springer, pp. 59–77.

Nyangairi, B., Palmary, I., 2015. Watching Each Other’s’ Back, Coping with Precarity in Sex Work, in: Healing and Change in the City of Gold. Springer, pp. 121–134.

Oliveira, E., 2015. ‘You might not think so but I value me because I provide for my family’: Reflections of a Zimbabwean Sex Worker. The Creative Journal.

Oliveira, E., 2015. Marginalised Migrant Populations and the Use of Visual and Narrative Methodologies in South Africa. Refugee Review: Re-Conceptualizing Refugees and Forced Migration in the 21st Century 2.

Oliveira, E., Klass, V., 2015. The Cost of Sex Work: No Easy Choices. BUWA! Feminism and Culture: A Journal on African Women’s Experiences.

Oliveira, E., Vearey, J., 2015. Images of place: visuals from migrant women sex workers in South Africa. Medical anthropology 34, 305–318.

Palmary, I., 2015. Reflections on social cohesion in contemporary South Africa. Psychology in Society 62–69.

Palmary, I., and Barnes, B. R., 2015. Critical psychology in Africa: the impossible task. In I. Parker (ed.), Sage Handbook of Critical Psychology.

Palmary, I., Hamber, B., Núñez, L., 2015. Case Studies of Precarious Life in Johannesburg, in: Healing and Change in the City of Gold. Springer, pp. 1–11.

Palmary, I., Mahati, S., 2015. Using deconstructing developmental psychology to read child migrants to South Africa. Feminism & Psychology 25, 347–362.

Ripero-Muñiz, N., Fayad, S., 2016. Metropolitan nomads: a journey through Jo’burg’s “Little Mogadishu.” Anthropology Southern Africa 39, 232–240.

Segatti, A., 2015. ‘Mobutu’s ghost’: Mobilizing against foreign retailers in contemporary Congo. Africa 85, 13–36.

Steen, R., Jana, S., Reza-Paul, S., Richter, M., 2015. Trafficking, sex work, and HIV: efforts to resolve conflicts. The Lancet 385, 94–96.

Vanyoro, K.P. 2015. Pragmatic pathways: Critical perspectives on understanding research uptake in the global South. WP39. Migrating out of Poverty RPC. Sussex: University of Sussex

Vearey, J., Richter, M., 2015. Implications of Football World Cup 2010 in Johannesburg. The Lived Experiences of Migrant Sex Workers. Urban Safety and Security 114.

Walker, R., 2015. Absent bodies and present memories: marking out the everyday and the future in Eastern Sri Lanka. Identities 22, 109–123.

Walker, R., Clacherty, G., 2015. Shaping new spaces: An alternative approach to healing in current shelter interventions for vulnerable women in Johannesburg, in: Healing and Change in the City of Gold. Springer, pp. 31–58.

Walker, R., Oliveira, E., 2015. Contested spaces: Exploring the intersections of migration, sex work and trafficking in South Africa. Graduate Journal of Social Science 11.

Wilhelm-Solomon, M., 2015. Dispossessed vigils: mourning and regeneration in inner-city Johannesburg. The African Cities Reader 3.

Wilson, S. Milne, E. J., 2015. Visual activism and social justice: Using visual methods to make young people’s complex lives visible across ‘public and ‘private’ spaces. Current Sociolog6 64, 140-156.

Yengde, S.M., 2015. Caste among the Indian Diaspora in Africa. Economic and Political Weekly 50, 65–68.

Zulu, M., Wilhelm-Solomon, M., 2015. Tormented by Umnyama: An Urban Cosmology of Migration and Misfortune in Inner-City Johannesburg, in: Healing and Change in the City of Gold. Springer, pp. 135–148.

2014 publications

Amit, R., Kriger, N., 2014. Making migrants’ il-legible’: The policies and practices of documentation in post-apartheid South Africa. Kronos 40, 269–290.

Blaser, C., Landau, L.B., 2014. Managing Migration in Southern Africa: Tools for Evaluating Local Government Responsiveness. WP 19. Migrating out of Poverty RPC. Sussex: University of Sussex.

Budlender, D., Hartman-Pickerill, B., 2014. Migration and employment in South Africa: Statistical analysis of the migration module in the Quarterly Labour Force Survey, third quarter 2012. African Centre for Migration and Society, University of the Witwatersrand.

Dzingirai, V., Mutopo, P., Landau, L.B., 2014. Confirmations, Coffins and Corn: Kinship, Social Networks and Remittances from South Africa to Zimbabwe. WP18. Migrating out of Poverty RPC. Sussex: Sussex University.

Fauvelle-Aymar, C., 2014. Migration and employment in South Africa: An econometric analysis of domestic and international migrants. MiWORC. University of the Witwatersrand.

Landau, L.B., 2014. Conviviality, Rights, and Conflict in Africa’s Urban Estuaries. Politics & Society 42, 359–380.

Landau, L.B., 2014. Religion and the foundation of urban difference: belief, transcendence and transgression in South Africa and Johannesburg. Global Networks 14, 291–305.

Landau, L.B., Amit, R., 2014. Wither policy? Southern African perspectives on understanding law, ‘Refugee’policy and protection. Journal of Refugee Studies 27, 534–552.

Mthembu-Salter, G., Amit, R., Gould, C., Landau, L.B., 2014. Counting the Cost of Securitising South Africa’s Immigration Regime. WP 20. Migrating out of Poverty RPC. Sussex: Sussex University.

Palmary, I., 2014. A politics of feminist translation: using translation to understand gendered meaning-making in research. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 39, 576–580.

Palmary, I., Hamber, B., Núñez, L., 2014. Healing and change in the City of Gold: Case studies of coping and support in Johannesburg. Springer.

Polzer Ngwato, T., Jinnah, Z., 2014. Migrants and Mobilisation around Socio-Economic Rights, in M. Langford & B. Cousins & J. Dugard & T. Madlingozi (eds.) Socio-Economic Rights in South Africa: Symbols or Substance 389–420. Cambridge University Press: New York.

Richter, M., Chersich, M.F., Vearey, J., Sartorius, B., Temmerman, M., Luchters, S., 2014. Migration status, work conditions and health utilization of female sex workers in three South African cities. Journal of immigrant and minority health 16, 7–17.

Richter, M.L., Scorgie, F., Chersich, M.F., Luchters, S., 2014. ‘There are a lot of new people in town: but they are here for soccer, not for business’a qualitative inquiry into the impact of the 2010 soccer world cup on sex work in South Africa. Globalization and health 10, 45.

Strode, A., Richter, M., Wallace, M., Toohey, J., Technau, K., 2014. Failing the vulnerable: Three new consent norms that will undermine health research with children. Southern African Journal of HIV Medicine 15, 46–49.

Vearey, J., 2014. Healthy migration: A public health and development imperative for south (ern) Africa. SAMJ: South African Medical Journal 104, 663–664.

Vearey, J., Misago, J.P., Araia, T., Monama, M. 2014. Migration, mobility and urban vulnerability: Implications from urban governance in South Africa. Report produced for the South African Cities Network.

Venter, F., Allais, L., Richter, M., 2014. Exposure Ethics: Does HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Raise Ethical Problems for the Health Care Provider and Policy Maker? Bioethics 28, 269–274.

Venter, W.D.F., Black, A., Allais, L., Richter, M., 2014. Should HIV be a notifiable disease? Old questions with some new arguments. SAMJ: South African Medical Journal 104, 607–609.

2013 publications

African Centre for Migration & Society. 2013 MiWORC Fact Sheet No.1. Labour migration by numbers: South Africa’s foreign and domestic migration data. Johannesburg: African Centre for Migration & Society, University of the Witwatersrand (coordinated by A. Segatti).

Amit, R. 2013. Detention as an Instrument of Control: Security Rhetoric and the Legitimization of Illegality in South Africa, Forced Migration Review, Special Issue: Detention, Alternatives to Detention and Deportation (September).

Blaser, C. and Landau. L., 2013. The Governance of Multiple Elsewheres: Evaluating Municipalities’ Response to Mobility. Trialog 116/117, 33-37.

Budlender, D. 2013. MiWORC Report No.2. Improving the quality of available statistics on foreign labour in South Africa: Existing data sets. Johannesburg: African Centre for Migration & Society, University of the Witwatersrand (coordinated  by Z. Jinnah & A. Segatti).

Budlender, D. 2013. MiWORC Report No.3. Improving the quality of available statistics on foreign labour in South Africa: Strategic recommendations. Johannesburg: African Centre for Migration & Society, University of the Witwatersrand (coordinated  by Z. Jinnah & A. Segatti).

Budlender, D. 2013. MiWORC Report No.4. Improving the quality of available statistics on foreign labour in South Africa: Suggestions for a Quarterly Labour Force Survey migration module and municipal level surveys. Johannesburg: African Centre for Migration & Society, University of the Witwatersrand (coordinated  by Z. Jinnah & A. Segatti).

Drimie, S., Faber, M., Vearey, J.,Nunez, L. 2013.  Dietary diversity of formal and informal residents in Johannesburg, South Africa. BMC Public Health  13, 1-9.

El-Khatib, Z., Scales, D., Vearey, J., Forsberg, B. 2013. Syrian Refugees: between rocky crisis in Syria and hard inaccessibility to healthcare services in Lebanon and Jordan. Conflict and Health 7, 1-3.

Gastrow, V. 2013. Business robbery, the foreign trader and the small shop: How business robberies affect Somali traders in the Western Cape. South African Crime Quarterly 43, 5-15.

Gastrow, V., R. Amit. 2013. Somalinomics: A case study of the economics of Somali informal trade in the Western Cape. Research Report: Johannesburg: African Centre for Migration & Society, University of the Witwatersrand.

Hornberger, J. 2013. “God Moves Big Time in Sophiatown.” Community Policing and ‘The Fight against Evil’ in a Poor Johannesburg Neighbourhood. In Kebeet von Benda‐Beckman, K., von Benda‐Beckmann, F. and Ramstedt, M. (eds) Religion in Dispute, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillian: 75-92.

Hornberger, J. 2013. From General to Commissioner to General. The State of Popular Policing in South Africa. Law and Social Inquiry 38, 598–614.

Landau, L.B. 2013. ‘Belonging amidst Shifting Sands: Insertion, Self-Exclusion, and the Remaking of African Urbanism,’ in A Kane and T. H. Leedy (Editors), African Migrations: Patterns and Perspectives. Bloomington: Indiana University Press: 93-112.

Landau, L.B. 2013. Mobility, Belonging, and Governance in Africa’s Urban Estuaries. The Brown Journal of World Affairs 20, 107-121.

Landau, L.B., Segatti, A. with Freemantle, I. 2013. Urbanisation & Migration: The Governance of Mobility and Spatial Inequalities, in U. Pillay, G. Hagg and F. Nyamnjoh (Editors), State of the Nation: South Africa 2012-2013. Pretoria: HSRC Press: 355-377.

Landau, L.B., Segatti, A. with Misago, J.P.  2013. Planning and Participation in Cities that Move: Identifying Obstacles to Municipal Mobility Management. Public Administration and Development 33, 113-124.

Landau, L.B., Segatti, A. 2013. Internal Migration, South Africa. Encyclopedia of Global Human MigrationNew York: Wiley Blackwell New York.

Landau, L.B., Segatti, A. 2013. ‘The Southern Crossroads: Human Mobility and Development in South Africa,’ in J. Cortina & F. Siddique (Editors), New Perspectives on International Migration and Development. New York: Columbia University Press, 196-228.

Luchters S.*, Richter M.*, Bosire W, Nelson G, King’ola N, Zhang X, Temmerman M, Chersich, MF. 2013. The contribution of emotional partners to sexual risk taking and violence among female sex workers in Mombasa, Kenya: a cohort study. PLoS One  8, 1-9. (*combined first author).

Misago, J.P., Landau, L.B.  2013. Gutters, Gates, and Gangs: Collaborative Sampling in ‘Post-Violence’ Johannesburg. Journal of Refugee Studies 26, 116-125

Nshimbi, C.C., Fioramonti, L. 2013.  A region without borders? Policy frameworks for regional labour migration towards South Africa. MiWORC Report No.1. Johannesburg: African Centre for Migration & Society, University of the Witwatersrand.

Polzer- Ngwato, T., Jinnah Z. 2013. Migrants and mobilisation around socio-economic rights in Langford, M., Cousins, B., Dugard, J., and Madlingozi,T (Eds). Migrants Rights. Symbols or Substance? The Role and Impact of Socio-Economic Rights Strategies in South Africa, Cambridge University Press. Chapter 14: 389-420

Pons-Vignon, N., Segatti, A. 2013. Introduction: Revisiting the South African developmental impasse: the national neoliberal revolution. Review of African Political Economy 40, 507-518.

Richter, Marlise Chersich MF., Temmerman M., Luchters, S. 2013. Characteristics, sexual behaviour and risk factors of female, male and transgender sex workers in South Africa. South African Medical Journal 103, 246-251.

Scorgie, F., Nakato, D., Harper, E., Richter, M., Maseko, S., Nare, P., Smit J., Chersich M.F. 2013. ‘We are despised in the hospitals’: Sex workers’ experiences of accessing health care in four African countries. Culture, Health and Sexuality 15, 450-65.

Segatti, A., Pons-Vignon, N. 2013. Stuck in stabilisation? South Africa’s post-apartheid macro-economic policy between ideological conversion and technocratic capture.  Review of African Political Economy 40, 537 – 555.

Shaffer, M. 2013. Gender dynamics and women’s changing roles in Johannesburg’s Somali community. St Antony’s International Review 9, 33 – 52.

Vearey, J. 2013. HIV, population mobility, and the post-conflict nexus: unpacking complexity. International Peacekeeping 20, 439-449.

Vearey, J. 2013. Migration, urban health and inequality in Johannesburg.  In:  Bastia, T. (Ed).  Migration and Inequality.  Routledge: London, 121-144.

Venter, WF., Allais, L., Richter, M. 2013. Exposure Ethics: Does HIV Pre-exposure prophylaxis raise ethical problems for the health care provider and policy maker? Bioethics 28, 269-274.

Vigneswaran,  D. 2013. A Corrupt International Society: How Britain was Duped into its First Indian Conquest, in Joel Quirk, Shogo Suzuki and Yongjin Zhang (Eds.) International Orders in the Early Modern World: Before the Rise of the West. London: Routledge.

Vigneswaran, D., Quirk. J. 2013. Human Bondage in Africa: Historical Legacies and Recent Innovations, in Darshan Vigneswaran, & Joel Quirk (Eds.), Slavery, Migration and Contemporary Bondage in Africa, Trenton, N.J: Africa World Press.

Vigneswaran, D. 2013. The Criminalization of Human Mobility: A Case Study of Law Enforcement in South Africa, in Katja Franko Aas and Mary Bosworth (eds.), The Borders of Punishment: Criminal Justice, Citizenship and Social Exclusion, Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Wilhelm-Solomon, M. 2013. The Priest’s Soldiers: HIV Therapies, Health Identities, and Forced Encampment in Northern Uganda. Medical anthropology 32, 227-246.

2012 publications

ACMS, Oxfam GB. 2012. Addressing the Division of  whom? South Africa’s ‘Fault lines’ and Trends in Social Cohesion Policy. Johannesburg: ACMS, Wits University.

ACMS. 2012. “We have to go into the bush”: Understanding the responses of NGOs and government in addressing conditions faced by cross border migrant workers in Musina. Research Report April ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2012. All Roads Lead to Rejection: Persistent Bias and Incapacity in South African Refugee Status Determination. Research Report June 2012 ACMS, Wits, Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2012. Border Justice Migration, Access to Justice and the Experiences of Unaccompanied Minors and Survivors of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in Musina. Research Report ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2012. Breaking the Law, Breaking the Bank The Cost of Home Affairs’ Illegal Detention Practices. Research Report September ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2012. Elusive Justice Somali Traders’ Access to Formal and Informal Justice Mechanisms in the Western Cape. Research Report ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2012. Nigerians in South Africa: Facts and Figures. Issue Brief 8a. Johannesburg: ACMS, Wits University.

ACMS. 2012. No Way In Barriers to Access, Service and Administrative Justice at South Africa’s Refugee Reception Offices. Research Report September ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2012. Promoting Social Cohesion and Countering Violence Against Foreigners and Other ‘Outsiders’: A study of social cohesion interventions in fourteen South African Townships. Research Report  ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

2011 publications

ACMS. 2011. Exploring the Psychosocial & Health Rights of Forced Migrants in Johannesburg The impact of “daily stressors” on the emotional wellbeing of forced migrants. September Report ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2011. First Safe Country Principle in Law and Practice. Issue Brief 7. Johannesburg: ACMS, Wits University.

ACMS. 2011. Responding to Human Mobility: Is Local Government Set up for Failure? Issue Brief 6. Johannesburg: ACMS, Wits University.

ACMS. 2011. The Zimbabwean Documentation Process: Lessons Learned. Research Report January 2011 ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2011. Towards improving forced migrant access to health and psychosocial rights in urban South Africa – a focus on Johannesburg  Issue Brief 8. Johannesburg: ACMS, Wits University.

Amit, R. 2011.  Winning Isn’t Everything: Courts, Context and the Barriers to Effecting Change through Public Interest Litigation. South African Journal on Human Rights (SAJHR) 27, 8-38.

Amit, R. 2011. No Refuge: Flawed Status Determination and the Failures of South Africa’s Refugee System to Provide Protection. International Journal of Refugee Law 23, 458-88.

Delva, W., Richter M., Koker P. D., Chersich M., Temmerman, M. 2011.  Sex Work during the 2010 FIFA World Cup: Results from a Three-Wave Cross-Sectional Survey. Plos One 6, 1-4.

Fauvelle-Aymar, C., Segatti, A. 2011. People, Space and Politics: An Exploration of Factors Explaining the 2008 Anti-Foreigner Violence in South Africa. In Loren B. Landau (Ed.) Exorcising the Demons within: Xenophobia, Violence and Statecraft in Contemporary South Africa, Johannesburg: Wits Press, 56-88.

Hornberger, J. 2011. Policing and Human Rights. The Meaning of Violence and Justice in the Everyday Policing of Johannesburg. London: Routledge.

Landau, L. B. 2011. Postscript: Demons and Democracy: Positive Values and the Politics of Outsiderness in Contemporary South Africa .  In Loren B. Landau, (Ed.) Exorcising the Demons within: Xenophobia, Violence and Statecraft in Contemporary South Africa, Johannesburg: Wits Press, 226-36.

Landau, L. B., Duponchel, M. 2011.  Laws, Policies, or Social Position? Capabilities and the Determinations of Effective Protection in Four African Cities. Journal of Refugee Studies 24, 1-22.

Landau, L. B., Segatti A., Misago, J. P. 2011.  Mobility and Municipalities: Local Authorities, Local Impacts, and the Challenges of Movement. In Aurelia Segatti and Loren B. Landau (Eds) Contemporary Migration to South Africa: A Regional Development Issue, Washington: World Bank, 81-104. 

Madhavan, S., Landau, L. B. 2011.  Bridges to Nowhere: Hosts, Migrants, and the Chimera of Social Capital in Three African Cities. Population and Development Review 37, 473-497.

Misago, J. P. 2011.  Disorder in a Changing Society: Authority and the Micro-Politics of Violence. In Loren B. Landau (Ed.) Exorcising the Demons within: Xenophobia, Violence and Statecraft in Contemporary South Africa, Johannesburg: Wits Press

Monson, T., Arian, R. 2011.  Media Memory: A Critical Reconstruction of the May 2008 Violence. In Loren B. Landau (Ed) Exorcising the Demons within: Xenophobia, Violence and Statecraft in Contemporary South AfricaJohannesburg: Wits Press.

Nunez, L., Vearey J., Drimie, S. 2011.  Who cares? HIV-related sickness, urban-rural linkages, and the gendered role of care in return migration in South Africa. Gender and Development 19, 105-114.

Oliveira, E. 2011. Searching for the ‘Land of Opportunities’ A Story about a Migrant Zimbabwean Woman who Sells Sex in Johannesburg. Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration 1, 58-63.

Oluwafemi, A. 2011.  Social Support as a Panacea for Mental Illness: A Study of Nigerian Immigrants in Braamfontein, Johannesburg. International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology 3, 328-331.

Oluwafemi, A. 2011. HIV/Aids Health Exclusion of Forced Migrants: A Challenge to Human Rights. Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration 1, 47-50.

Oluwafemi, A., Iyi, J.M. 2011. Post-Election Crisis in Kenya and Internally Displaced Persons: A Critical Appraisal. Journal of Politics and Law 4, 174-179.

Palmary I. 2011. In Your Experience: Research as Gendered Cultural Translation. Gender, Place and Culture 18, 99-113.

Polzer Ngwato, T., Segatti, A. 2011.  From Defending Migrant Rights to New Political Subjectivities: Gauteng Migrants’ Organisations After May 2008. In Loren B. Landau (Ed.) Exorcising the Demons within: Xenophobia, Violence and Statecraft in Contemporary South Africa, Johannesburg: Wits Press.

Polzer, T. 2011. Together apart: Migration, integration and spatialised identities in South African border villages. Geoforum 43, 561-572.

SALGA, ACMS. 2011. Governing Migration & Urbanisation in South African Municipalities: Developing Approaches to Counter Poverty and Social Fragmentation. Pretoria: South African Local Government Association.

Segatti, A. 2011.  Migration to South Africa: Regional Challenges versus National Instruments and Interests. In Segatti, A., Landau, L.B. (Eds) Contemporary Migration to South Africa: A Regional Development Issue, Washington: World Bank and Paris.

Segatti, A. 2011.  Turning South African Immigration Policy Into a Development Instrument; What It Means & What It Takes. In Segatti, A., Landau, L.B. (Eds). Contemporary Migration to South Africa. A Regional Development Issue, Washington: World Bank and Paris.

Segatti, A. 2011. Introduction: Migration to South Africa: Regional Challenge vs. National Instruments & Interests?, In Segatti, A., Landau, L.B. (Eds.) Contemporary Migration to South Africa. A Regional Development Issue, Washington: World Bank.

Segatti, A. 2011. Reforming South African Immigration Policy in the Postapartheid Period (1990–2010). In Segatti, A., Landau, L.B. (Eds) Contemporary Migration to South Africa: A Regional Development Issue, Washington: World Bank and Paris: AFD, 31-66.

Vearey, J. 2011.  Challenging urban health: towards an improved local government response to migration, informal settlements, and HIV in Johannesburg, South Africa. Global Health Action 4, 1-9.

Vearey, J. 2011.  Learning from HIV: Exploring migration and health in South Africa. Global Public Health 7, 58-70.

Vearey, J. 2011. Migration and Health in South Africa: Implications for Development. In Aurelia Segatti and Loren B. Landau (Eds) Contemporary Migration to South Africa: A Regional Development Issue, Washington: World Bank, 121-136.

Vigneswaran, D. 2011.  ‘Separation Anxiety’: The Historical Origins of Xenophobia in the SAPS. In Loren B. Landau (Ed.) Exorcising the Demons within: Xenophobia, Violence and Statecraft in Contemporary South Africa. Johannesburg: Wits.

Vigneswaran, D. 2011.  Incident Reporting: A Technique for Studying Police Corruption. Policing & Society 21, 190-213.

Vigneswaran, D. 2011. Migration Control, Documentation, and State Transformation. In Segatti, A., Landau, L.B. (Eds) Contemporary Migration to South Africa: A Regional Development IssueWashington: World Bank, 105-120.

Vigneswaran, D., Landau, L. 2011. South African Immigration Control and the Transformation of Sovereign Territoriality in Scarlett Cornellissen, Fantu Cheru and Timothy M. Shaw (eds.) Africa and International Relations in the Twenty-First Century: Still Challenging Theory? Palgrave: New York.

Vigneswaran, D., Sutton, R. 2011. A Kafkaesque State: Deportation and Detention in South Africa. Citizenship Studies 15, 627-642.

Vigneswaran, D., Sutton, R., Wels, H., 2011. Waiting in Liminal Space: Migrants Queuing for Home Affairs in South Africa. Anthropology Southern Africa 34, 30-37.

2010 publications

ACMS. 2010. ‘Xenophobia’: Violence against Foreign Nationals and other ‘Outsiders’ in Contemporary South Africa. Issue Brief 3. Johannesburg: ACMS, Wits University.

ACMS. 2010. “Maybe it will be better once this World Cup has passed”. Research findings regarding the impact of the 2010 Soccer World Cup on Sex Work in South Africa, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2010.Governing Migration and Urbanisation: Developing Approaches to Counter Poverty and Social Fragmentation. Detailed Case Study Report December ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2010. La Migration et la Nouvelle Ville Africaine. Résultats de l’enquête Avril 2010 ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2010. Lost in the Vortex: Irregularities in the Detention and Deportation of Non-Nationals in South Africa. Research Report June ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2010. Lost in the Vortex: Irregularities in the Detention and Deportation of Non-Nationals in South Africa. CoRMSA and ACMS Report April 2010, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2010. Migration and Employment in the Construction Industry. Pilot Study July 2010 ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2010. Migration and Health in South Africa: A review of the current and recommendations for achieving the World Health Assembly Resolution on the Health of Migrants. Report November ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2010. Population Movements in and to South Africa. Migration Factsheet 1. Johannesburg: ACMS, Wits University.

ACMS. 2010. Protection and Pragmatism Addressing Administrative Failures in South Africa’s Refugee Status Determination Decisions. Report April ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2010. Regularising Zimbabwean Migration to South Africa. Issue Brief 1.. ACMS, Johannesburg: ACMS, Wits University.

ACMS. 2010. Vulnerability, Mobility and Place. Alexandra and Central Johannesburg Pilot Survey October 2010, Wits: Johannesburg.

International Organisation for Migration. 2010. Migration and health in SADC A review of the literature. IOM: Johannesburg. (Research by Vearey, J. and Wheeler, B.)

South African Human Rights Commission. 2010. Report on the SAHRC Investigation into Issues of Rule of Law, Justice and Impunity arising out of the 2008 Public Violence against Non-Nationals. SAHRC: Johannesburg. 

2009 publications

ACMS. 2009. Beyond ‘Good Cop’ / ‘Bad Cop’: Understanding Informality and Police Corruption in South Africa. October Report ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2009. Humanitarian Assistance to Internally Displaced Persons in South Africa: Lessons Learned Following Attacks on Foreign Nationals in May 2008. Report January ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2009. Migrant Mobilisation: Structure and Strategies in claiming rights in South Africa and Nairobi. Report December ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2009. Migrants’ Right to Health in Southern Africa. ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2009. National survey of the refugee reception and status determination system in South Africa. MRMP Research Report February, Wits, Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2009. One Burden Too Many? A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Immigration Policing in Gauteng. Report December ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2009. Regional Seminar on Children Who Cross Borders in Southern Africa. ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2009. Towards Tolerance, Law, and Dignity: Addressing Violence against Foreign Nationals in South Africa. Report February, IOM: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2009. Violence, Labour and the Displacement of Zimbabweans in De Doorns, Western Cape. Issue Brief 2. Johannesburg: ACMS, Wits University.

ACMS. 2009. Zimbabwean migration into Southern Africa: New trends and responses. Report November ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

Landau, L.; Segatti, A. 2009. Human Development Impacts of Migration: South Africa Case Study. Human Development Research Paper 2009/05, UNDP: Johannesburg.

Landau, L. B. 2009. Migrant Integration: Identity, Citizenship, and Tolerance. In L. Herzer, S. D. Klump, and M. E. Malinkin (Eds.), Transnational Migration to New Regional Centers: Policy Challenges, Practice, and the Migrant Experience. Perspectives: Political Analysis and Commentary from Southern Africa. Washington DC: Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars: 23-30.

Palmary, I. 2009. For Better Implementation of Migrant Children’s Rights in South Africa. ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.

2008 publications

ACMS. 2008. Barriers to asylum: The Marabastad refugee reception office. MRMP Report August, Wits: Johannesburg.

ACMS. 2008. Migrant Access to Housing in South African Cities. Migrants Rights Monitoring Project Special Report No. 2, Wits: Johannesburg.

Aurelia Wa Kabwe-Segatti and Loren B. Landau (Eds.). 2008. Migration in Postapartheid South Africa: Challenges and Questions to Policy-Makers. Paris: Agence Française de Développement.

Consortium for Refugees and Migrants in South Africa. 2008. Protecting Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Immigrants in South Africa. Research Report 18 June, CoRMSA: Johannesburg.

Gindrey, V., Landau, L.B. 2008. Poverty Trend Analysis for Gauteng Province 2009-2055. Report compiled for the Gauteng Department of Economic Development.

Landau, L. B. 2008. Building and Belonging in African Cities, in Adrian Hadland (Ed.), Violence and Xenophobia in South Africa: Developing Consensus, Moving to Action. Pretoria: Human Sciences Research Council: 44-59.

Landau, L. B. 2008. Protection as Capability Expansion, in David Hollenbach (Ed.), Advocating Refugee Rights: Ethics, Advocacy, and Africa. Washington: Georgetown University Press: 103-124.

Landau, L. B. 2008. Violence, Condemnation, and the Meaning of Living in South Africa, in S. Hassim, T. Kupe, and E. Worby (Eds.), Go Home Or Die Here: Violence, Xenophobia, and the Reinvention of Difference in South Africa. Johannesburg: Wits University Press: 105- 118.

Landau, L.B. 2008. Drowning in Numbers, in Robyn Leslie (Ed.), Migration from Zimbabwe: Numbers, Needs, and Policy OptionsJohannesburg: Centre for Development and Enterprise: pp. 7-15.

Landau, L.B. 2008. Shaping Urban Futures: Reflections on Human Mobility and Poverty in Africa’s Globalizing Cities, in A. Garland, M. Massoumi and B. A. Ruble (Eds.), Global Urban Poverty: Setting the AgendaWashington: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and the United States Agency for International Development: 11-36.

Landau, L.B. 2008. The Promise of Freedom, Regional Integration, and Refugee Protection, in J. Handmaker, J. Klaaren, and L. de la Hunt (Eds.), Advancing Refugee Protection in South Africa. Oxford: Berghahn Books: 27-46

Landau, L.B., Segatti, A. 2008. Human Development Impacts of Migration: South African Case Study. Report for the United Nations Development Programme.

Landau, L.B. 2008. Protecting Refugees, Asylum Seekers, and Immigrants in South Africa. Report for the Consortium of Refugees and Migrants in South Africa.

Landau, L,B. 2008. The Humanitarian Hangover: Displacement, Aid, and Transformation in Western Tanzania. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

Misago, J. P., Landau, L.B., Monson, T. 2008. Triggers, Territory, and Terror: Explaining the 2008 Xenophobic Violence in South Africa. Report for the International Organisation of Migration (December).

Monson, T. 2008. Immigration, Sovereignty, and Power in South African Cities, in Clunan, A., Trinkunas, H. eds., Ungoverned Spaces? Alternatives to State Authority in an Era of Softened Sovereignty. (In collaboration with Landau, L.B.)

Segatti, A., Landau, L, B. 2008. Immigration, Transit and Urban Transformation A Comparative Study of Post-Apartheid Migration and Urbanisation in Lubumbashi, Maputo and Johannesburg. July Report ACMS, Wits: Johannesburg.