Rights Based Capacity Building Training on Migration Narratives, Human Rights and Social Cohesion, Mpumalanga

CoRMSA hosted a Rights-Based Capacity Building training on Migration Narratives, Human Rights and Social Cohesion in Mpumalanga. The training focuses on building capacity and creating a broader understanding of Migration Narratives, myths, misconceptions, interpretations and facts about migration and the human rights of asylum seekers, refugees and migrants and local communities. @NPA, Olof-SA

#DocumentUs campaign

Sign the petition for the #DocumentUs campaign to change the lives of all children who are in need of birth certificates. All children’s lives matter. Your signature will make a difference. Click to sign on the link below: #DocumentUs campaign link    

#DocumentUs Campaign – CoRMSA Director in a live interview on Power FM

“Every child in South Africa has got a right to name and nationality according to the South African constitution, hence the Department of Home Affairs must issue all children with birth certificates for easy access to education, healthcare services and social security services,” says CoRMSA Executive Director in a live interview on Power FM. Sign

#DocumentUs Campaign

The Youths plead with the Department of Home Affairs to issue all children in migration with birth certificates for easy access to education, health care services and social security services, among others. Support our campaign by signing our petition below. Your signature will make a difference. Link: https://awethu.amandla.mobi/petitions/documentus-birth-registration-and-certificate-for-all-children

Capacity Building and Training

The training is aimed at empowering Social workers with skills, knowledge and understanding of Child Rights protection Mechanisms and to enable them to address and mitigate cases relating to Unaccompanied and Separated Migrant Children in South Africa. Section 28 of the South African Constitution explains Children’s Rights. CoRMSA had this capacity building and training in

#EqualAccessToVaccination camapign

Let us support our undocumented brothers and sisters in claiming their healthcare rights and get vaccinated by signing our petition below and supporting our campaign. Read CoRMSA’as position on the Covid-19 Vaccination Roll-out process below. Click the link below and sign: https://awethu.amandla.mobi/petitions/vaccinationforall CoRMSA’s position on Covid-19 Vaccination Roll-out process   EqualAccessToVaccination Campaign. article

Engaging Social Workers on Rights based Capacity Building training on Migration Narratives, Access to Documentation and Statelessness

CoRMSA, in collaboration with Lawyers for Human Rights, had a 3-day Social Worker Capacity Building training in Mpumalanga Province on  Migration narrative: Access to Documentation and Statelessness.  Access to documentation remains a critical challenge, among others. In light of this, CoRMSA calls Home Affairs to honour the Constitutional rights of asylum seekers, refugees and migrants