This involves engaging government, international organisations and other stakeholders to enact new or amend existing legislation and policies that promote and protect the rights of non-South Africans in the country
CoRMSA builds capacity of member organisations to ensure sustainability of organisations in the sector and also to equip them with the needed skills and knowledge to be effective advocates on migration, human rights, social justice and development issues.
CoRMSA facilitates the creation and maintenance of provincial, national and regional networks and working groups to promote collective engagement on issues and limit duplication of work being done so resources can be optimally used to cover gaps in the sector.
Wathint'Abafazi Wathint'imbokodo! Today CoRMSA commemorates the courageous women, who on this day fought for justice and freedom in 1956. As w
High numbers of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants face denial of services and discrimination in trying to access health care services in Sout
CoRMSA will be attending and participating in the 14th Civil Society Forum (CSF) in Windhoek, Namibia from the 13th-15th August. The CSF is or