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CoRMSA recommends that the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development should monitor and ensure that all the policy developments and implementations are in compliance with the Constitution. This is to ensure that everyone, including asylum seekers, refugees and migrants are equally protected before the law as a way of reducing xenophobic actions, racism, …
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The Department of Home Affairs has opened online applications of IDs and travel documents for all dependents of refugees who are in matric or wish to pursue their studies or have an employment offer.
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CoRMSA, alongside the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, virtually commemorates and honour the resilience of millions of refugees who have been displaced from their homes due to threats of prosecution, conflict and violence under the theme, “Together we learn, heal and shine.”
CoRMSA encourages everyone to honour the resilience of asylum seekers, migrants and refugees, embrace them and create a safe and welcoming environment for them on World Refugee Day:
“Together we heal, learn and shine”
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Let us bury our national differences and build safe South African societies that are free from xenophobia, violence, hatred and discrimination that also integrates all youths including asylum seekers, migrants and refugees.
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