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No.64 Soft Targets: Zenophobia, Public Violence and Changing Attitudes to Migrants in South Africa after May 2008

No.63 Dystopia and Disengagement: Diaspora Attitudes Towards South Africa

No.62 Heading North: The Zimbabwean Diaspora in Canada

No.61 Unfriendly Neighbours: Contemporary Migration from Zimbabwe to Botswana

No.60 Linking Migration, Food Security and Development

No.59 The Third Wave: Mixed Migration from Zimbabwe to South Africa

No.58 The Disengagement of the South African Medical Diaspora

No.57 Patients without Borders: Medical Tourism and Medical Migration in Southern Africa, 2012

No.56 Right to the Classroom: Educational Barriers for Zimbabweans in South Africa.

No.55 The Engagement of the Zimbabwean Medical Diaspora

No.54 Medical Xenophobia: Zimbabwean Access to Health Services in South Africa

No.53 Migration-Induced HIV and AIDS in rural Mozambique and Swaziland

No.52 Migration, Remittances and 'Development' in Lesotho

No.51 Migration Remittances and Household Survival In Zimbabwe

No.50 The Perfect Storm: The Realities of Xenophobia in Contemporary South Africa

No.49 Gender, Migration and Remittances in Southern Africa

No.48 The Quality of Immigration and Citizenship Services in Namibia

No.47 The Haemorrhage of Health Professionals from South Africa: Medical Opinions

No.46 Voices from the Margins: Migrant Women's Experiences in Southern Africa

No.45 Medical Recruits: the Temptation of South African Health Care Professionals

No.44 Migration, Remittances and Development in Southern Africa

No.43 Migration and Development in Mozambique: Poverty, Inequality and Survival

No.42 States of Vulnerability: The Future Brain Drain of Talent to South Africa

No.41 Quality of Migration Services Delivery in South Africa

No.40 Migration and Domestic Workers: Worlds of Work, Health and Mobility in Johannesburg

No.39 Early Departures: The Emigration Potential of Zimbabwean Students.

No.38 Northern Gateway: Cross Border Migration Between Namibia and Angola, 2005.

No.37 Understanding Press Coverage of Cross-Border Migration in Southern Africa since 2000, 2005.

No.36 Restless Minds: South African Students and the Brain Drain, 2005.

No.35 Degrees of Uncertainty: Students and the Brain Drain in South Africa, 2005

No.34 Medical Leave: The Exodus of Health Professionals from Zimbabwe, 2005.

No.33: HIV/AIDS and Children's Migration in Southern Africa, 2004.

No.32: Swaziland Moves: Perceptions and Patterns of Modern Migration, 2004.

No.31: Migration, Sexuality, and the Spread of HIV/AIDS in Rural South Africa, 2004.

No.30: Regionalizing Xenophobia? Citizen Attitudes to Immgration and Refugee Policy in Southern Africa, 2004.

No.29: The New Brain Drain from Zimbabwe, 2003.

No.28: Changing Attitudes to Immigration and Refugee Policy in Botswana, 2003.

No.27: Mobile Namibia: Migration Trends and Attitudes, 2003.

No.26: The Border Within: The Future of the Lesotho-South African International Boundary, 2002.

No.25: Zimbabweans Who Move:Perspectives on International Migration in Zimbabwe, 2002.

No.24: Spaces of Vulnerability: Migration and HIV/AIDS in South Africa, 2002.

No.23: Gender and the Brain Drain from South Africa, 2002.

No.22: Immigration, Xenophobia and Human Rights in South Africa, 2001.

No.21: Cross-Border Raiding and Community Conflict in the Lesotho-South African Border Zone, 2001.

No.20: The Brain Gain: Skilled Migrants and Immigration Policy in Post-Apartheid South Africa, 2000.

No.19: Botswana: Migration Perspectives and Prospects, 2000.

No.18: Losing Our Minds: Skills Migration and the South African Brain Drain, 2000.

No.17: Writing Xenophobia: Immigration and the Press in Post-Apartheid South Africa, 2000.

No.16: Borderline Farming: Foreign Migrants in South African Commercial Culture, 2000.

No.15: Undermining Labour: Migrancy and Sub-Contracting in theSouth African Gold Mining Industry, August 1999.

No.14: Still Waiting for the Barbarians: SA Attitudes to Immigrants & Immigration, April 1999.

No.13: The Lives and Times of African Migrants & Immigrants in Post-Apartheid South Africa, April 1999.

No.12: Immigration and Education: International Students at South African Tertiary Institutions, March 1999.

No.11: Building Skills: Cross-Border Migration and the South African Construction Industry, March 1999.

No.10: Namibians on South Africa: Attitudes Towards Migration and Immigration Policy, November 1998.

No.9: Women on the Move: Gender and Cross-Border Migration to South Africa, November 1998.

No.8: Sons of Mozambique: Mozambican Miners and Post-Apartheid South Africa, July 1998.

No.7: Challenging Xenophobia: Myths and Realities of Cross-Border Migration in Southern Africa, April 1998.

No.6: Trading Places: Cross-Border Traders and the South African Informal Sector, March 1998.

No.5: Left Out in the Cold? Housing and Immigration in the New South Africa, November 1998.

No.4: Silenced by Nation-Building: African Immigrants and Language Policy in the New South Africa, September 1998 .

No.3: International Migration, Immigrant Entrepreneurs and South Africa's Small Enterprise Economy, July 1997.

No.2: Riding the Tiger: Lesotho Miners and Attitudes Towards Permanent Residence in South Africa, May 1997 (reprinted June 1998).

No.1: Covert Operations: Clandestine Migration, Temporary Work and Immigration Policy in South Africa, March 1997.

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