Humanitarian Assistance

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to be an obstacle to the normal livelihoods of individuals, CoRMSA with the assistance of KNH Humanitarian Assistance took the initiative of distributing 450 food vouchers to various communities in Johannesburg.

Capacity Building Training – Limpopo Province – Polokwane

CoRMSA in collaboration with Lawyers for Human Rights, CAOSA, and Messina Legal Advice Office hosted a Capacity Building Training on Migration Narratives, access to birth registration, and documentation in Polokwane, Limpopo Province. The objectives were to increase awareness and attention on the plight and challenges faced by asylum seekers, refugees, and migrants in South Africa,

Message to all Political Parties during their electoral campaigns

CoRMSA Executive Director urged Political Parties on eNCA News this morning to stop blaming foreign nationals for South African problems during their electoral campaigns as this inflicts hatred and xenophobic attacks. Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC), South Africa Human Rights Commission, The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (DoJ & CD), Lawyers for Human

Rights Based Capacity Building Training

CoRMSA in collaboration with Lawyers for Human Rights and Nduzundza Tribal Authority initiated a Rights-Based Capacity Building on Migration Narratives, Access to Basic Services including Health Care Services in Mpumalanga, today 26 October 2021. The training  aimed at strengthening the skills and understanding of health care workers and service providers on migration issues, different categories

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