It is time we do something about this – please sign our petition. Your signature can change the lives of the undocumented who cannot access the Covid-19 Vaccination. “An injury to one is an injury to all.” #EqualAccessToVaccination
CoRMSA calls Home Affairs to fulfil its constitutional and international obligation of providing all children in migration with a name and nationality by granting them access to birth certificates, which is essential for every child on eTV. Click the link below to listen: https://cheeky-media.wetransfer.com/downloads/7a3e9ef92d7ff509e5214e8b812ec20b20210811123616/1ee4facb98ad456882b68a8d8a32a32120210811123616/b5bc33
The youth cries about their rights to be honoured irrespective of their nationality or documentation status in a dialogue initiated by CoRMSA with the support of Kindernothilfe (KNH) and the German Federal Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
CoRMSA calls for integration and equal access to Covid-19 Vaccine and Treatment for all in SADC Region… Click the link below for full details: CoRMSA Press Statement on SADC Summit and Covid-19 Vaccine.
CoRMSA calls Home Affairs to document all the youths for easy access to health care services, education and social security services. Click the link below for more information: Press Release- International Youth Day – 12 August 2021.
CoRMSA joins South African communities during this difficult time of the Covid-19 pandemic in paying tribute to the remarkable social and economic contributions made by women of 1956, and the current, under the theme, “Generation equality: Realising women’s Rights for an equal future”… Click the link below to read : Press Release- Women’s Day –…
Undocumented Asylum seekers, Refugees and Migrants’ outcry over their inability to register for the Covid-19 Vaccination…
Undocumented Asylum seekers, Refugees and migrants expressed an outcry over their inability to register for the Covid-19 Vaccination Roll out Programme, as one of the major challenges that they are facing, among others, during a dialogue session initiated by CoRMSA.
CoRMSA, with the support of Open Society Foundation (OSF), distributed over 70 food parcels in Orange Farm and surrounding communities as Covid-19 and lockdown regulations continue to deprive communities of their usual livelihoods- Open Society Foundation
Press statement: CoRMSA condemns the civil unrests in South Africa and calls for calm and amicable solutions in Eswatini.
Click the link below to read for more information. Press Release- Civil unrest
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, …