Heritage Day Commemorations 2022

CoRMSA in collaboration with Action Support Centre is hosting Heritage Day Commemorations in Orange Farm, Johannesburg to recognise and honour the rich cultural diversity of South Africans including migrants under the theme: Indigenous Heritage Month: Maintaining Traditional Practices While Promoting Social Cohesion and a Green Economy. The commemoration aims to promote social cohesion and uphold

Information session on the Centre for Child Law and Others v. Minister of Basic Education and Others court judgment on access to education that was handed down in 2019 through Makhanda High Court.

CoRMSA,  in collaboration with the Centre Of Child Law РUniversity Of Pretoria facilitated an information session on the Centre for Child Law and Others v. Minister of Basic Education and Others court judgment on access to education that was handed down in 2019 through Makhanda High Court. This judgements resulted in the expulsion and

Psycho-Social Rights Forum

In advocating for the human rights of asylum seekers, refugees and migrants, alongside various organisations, CoRMSA participated in a Psycho-Social rights Forum in Johannesburg to strategise on how best we can offer psycho-social and mental health support to all those affected by Zimbabwean Special Permits cancellation and those who are experiencing some challenges in accessing

Day 2 of 3 : Provincial Capacity Building for Duty Bearers on the care and protection of unaccompanied , Separated and Vulnerable migrant children in South Africa- 7/09/2022

On Day 2 of 3 in Kwa-Zulu Natal Province, the Provincial Training for Social Workers on Child Protection Mechanisms with a special focus on Unaccompanied, Separated and Migrant Children in South Africa is ongoing. The training intends to equip and enhance Social Workers’ skills and knowledge on child rights and legal framework, citizenship, documentation and