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SAMP Migration Policy Briefs

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Migration and Development in Contemporary Mauritius, 2012

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Social Media, The Internet and Diasporas for Development, 2011

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Complex Movements, Confused Responses: Labour Migration in South Africa, 2011

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South Africa's Two Diasporas: Engagement and Disengagement, 2011

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Labour Migration trends and policies in Southern Africa, 2011

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South African Government and Civil Society Responses to Zimbabwean Migration, 2008

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The UN Convention on the Rights of Migrant Workers: The Ratification Non-Debate, 2006

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Migration of Skills in South Africa: Patterns, Trends and Challenges, 2006

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Irregular Migration to South Africa During the First 10 Years of Democracy, 2006

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The Draft Protocol on the Facilitation of Movement of Persons in SADC: Implications for State Parties, 2005

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International Migration and Good Governance in the Southern African Region, 2005

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South African Immigration Law: A Gender Analysis, 2004

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Migration, Urbanisation and Sustainable Livelihoods in South Africa, 2004

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Policing Migration: Immigration Enforcement and Human Rights in South Africa, 2003

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The Rise of African Tourism to South Africa, 2003

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NEPAD, the City and the Migrant: Implications for Urban Governance, 2003

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Regionalizing International Migration: Lessons for SADC, 2003

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Criminal Tendencies: Immigrants and Illegality in South Africa, 2002

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Transnationalism and African Immigration to South Africa, 2002

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Thinking About the Brain Drain in Southern Africa, 2002

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Evaluating Refugee Protection in South Africa, 2002

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The Point of No Return: Evaluating the Amnesty for Mozambican Refugees in South Africa, 2001

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Counting Brains: Measuring Emigration From South Africa, 2001

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Gender Concerns in South African Migration Policy, 2001

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Making Up the Numbers: Measuring "Illegal Immigration" to South Africa, 2001

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The New South African Immigration Bill: A Legal Analysis, 2001

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The South African White Paper on International Migration: An Analysis and Critique, 2000

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SAMP Migration Policy Series

Intended for policy makers and researchers. Summaries are available below in HTML format. Researchers wishing to have their work considered for publication in this series are invited to contact the Series Editor, Prof. Jonathan Crush at crushj@queensu.ca.If you encounter any difficulties downloading these policy papers, please contact samp@queensu.ca

To download the full text of policy papers, click here.

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Soft Targets: Xenophobia, Public Violence and Changing Attitudes to Migrants in South Africa after May 2008

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Dystopia and Disengagement: Diaspora Attitudes Towards South Africa

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Heading North: The Zimbabwean Diaspora in Canada

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Unfriendly Neighbours: Contemporary Migration from Zimbabwe to Botswana

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Linking Migration, Food Security and Development, 2012

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The Third Wave: Mixed Migration from Zimbabwe to South Africa, 2012

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The Disengagement of the South African Medical Diaspora, 2012

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Patients without Borders: Medical Tourism and Medical Migration in Southern Africa, 2012

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Right to the Classroom: Educational Barriers for Zimbabweans in South Africa, 2011

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The Engagement of the Zimbabwean Medical Diaspora, 2011

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Medical Xenophobia: Zimbabwean Access to Health Services in South Africa, 2011

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Migration-Induced HIV and AIDS in rural Mozambique and Swaziland, 2010

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Migration, Remittances and 'Development' in Lesotho, 2010

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Migrant Remittances and Household Survival In Zimbabwe, 2009

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The Perfect Storm: The Realities of Xenophobia in Contemporary South Africa, 2008

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Gender, Migration and Remittances in Southern Africa, 2008

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The Quality of Immigration and Citizenship Services in Namibia, 2008

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The Haemorrhage of Health Professionals from South Africa: Medical Opinions, 2007

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Voices from the Margins: Migrant Women's Experiences in Southern Africa, 2007

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Medical Recruits: the Temptation of South African Health Care Professionals, 2007

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Migration, Remittances and Development in Southern Africa, 2006

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Migration and Development in Mozambique: Poverty, Inequality and Survival, 2006

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States of Vulnerability: The Future Brain Drain to South Africa, 2005

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The Quality of Migration Services Delivery in South Africa, 2005

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Migration and Domestic Workers: Worlds of Work, Health and Mobility in Johannesburg, 2005

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Early Departures: The Emigration Potential of Zimbabwean Students, 2005

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Northern Gateway: Cross Border Migration Between Namibia and Angola, 2005

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Understanding Press Coverage of Cross-Border Migration in Southern Africa since 2000, 2005

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Restless Minds: South African Students and the Brain Drain, 2005

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Degrees of Uncertainty: Students and the Brain Drain in Southern Africa, 2005

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Medical Leave: The Exodus of Health Professionals from Zimbabwe, 2005.

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HIV/AIDS and Children's Migration in Southern Africa, 2004.

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Swaziland Moves: Perceptions and Patterns of Modern Migration, 2004.

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Migration, Sexuality, and the Spread of HIV/AIDS in Rural South Africa, 2004.

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Regionalizing Xenophobia? Citizen Attitudes to Immigration and Refugee Policy in Southern Africa, 2004.

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The New Brain Drain from Zimbabwe, 2003.

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Changing Attitudes to Immigration and Refugee Policy in Botswana, 2003.

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Mobile Namibia: Migration Trends and Attitudes, 2003.

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The Border Within: The Future of the Lesotho-South African International Boundary, 2002.

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Zimbabweans Who Move: Perspectives on International Migration in Zimbabwe, 2002.

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Spaces of Vulnerability: Migration and HIV/AIDS in South Africa, 2002.

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Gender and the Brain Drain from South Africa, 2002.

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Immigration, Xenophobia and Human Rights in South Africa, 2001.

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Cross-Border Raiding and Community Conflict in the Lesotho-South Africa Border Zone, 2001.

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The Brain Gain: Skilled Migrants and Immigration Policy in Post-Apartheid South Africa, 2000.

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Botswana: Migration Perspectives and Prospects, July 2000.

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Losing Our Minds: Skills Migration and the 'Brain Drain' from South Africa, July 2000.

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Writing Xenophobia: Immigration and the Press in Post-Apartheid South Africa, March 2000.

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Borderline Farming: Foreign Migrants in South African Commercial Agriculture, March 2000.

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Undermining Labour: Migrancy and Sub-Contracting in the South African Gold Mining Industry, August 1999.

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Still Waiting for the Barbarians: SA Attitudes to Immigrants & Immigration, April 1999.

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The Lives and Times of African Migrants & Immigrants in Post-Apartheid South Africa, April 1999.

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Immigration and Education: International Students at South African Tertiary Institutions, March 1999.

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Building Skills: Cross-Border Migration and the South African Construction Industry, March 1999.

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Namibians on South Africa: Attitudes Towards Migration and Immigration Policy, November 1998.

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Women on the Move: Gender and Cross-Border Migration to South Africa, November 1998.

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Sons of Mozambique: Mozambican Miners and Post-Apartheid South Africa, July 1998.

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Challenging Xenophobia: Myths and Realities of Cross-Border Migration in Southern Africa, April 1998.

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Trading Places: Cross-Border Traders and the South African Informal Sector, March 1998.

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Left Out in the Cold? Housing and Immigration in the New South Africa, November 1998.

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Silenced by Nation-Building: African Immigrants and Language Policy in the New South Africa, September 1998

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International Migration, Immigrant Entrepreneurs and South Africa's Small Enterprise Economy, July 1997.

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Riding the Tiger: Lesotho Miners and Attitudes Towards Permanent Residence in South Africa, May 1997 (reprinted June 1998).

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Covert Operations: Clandestine Migration, Temporary Work and Immigration Policy in South Africa, March 1997.

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SAMP Reports

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Migration, Remittances and Gender-Responsive Local Development: The Case of Lesotho, UN-INSTRAW and UNDP, Santo Domingo and New York, 2010.

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Xenophobia, Migration and Human Development, UNDP Human Development Research Paper 2009/47, New York, 2009.

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Perspectives on Migration Series

To order any of these publications, please contact samp@queensu.ca

Zimbabwe's Exodus:  Crisis, Migration, Survival

Zimbabwe's Exodus: Crisis, Migration and Survival
(Cape Town and Ottawa: SAMP/IDRC, 2010)

Surviving on the Move: Migration, Poverty and Development in Southern Africa

Surviving on the Move: Migration, Poverty and Development in Southern Africa
(Cape Town: SAMP, 2010)

Perspectives on the Migration-Development Nexus in Southern Africa Special Issue of Development Southern Africa, 27(2), 2007

Evaluating South African Immigration Policy After Apartheid. Special issue of Africa Today, 48(3) 2001.

Migration and Health in Southern Africa (Cape Town: Van Schaik, 2003).

On Borders: Perspectives on International Migration in Southern Africa (Cape Town and New York: SAMP/St Martin's Press,2000).

Destinations Unknown: Perspectives on the Brain Drain (Pretoria: Africa Institute and SAMP, 2002).

The New South Africans? The Immigration Amnesties and Their Aftermath (Cape Town: Idasa/Queen's, 1999).

Transnationalism, and New African Immigration to South Africa (Toronto: CAAS and SAMP, 2002).

Beyond Control: Immigration and Human Rights in a Democratic South Africa (Cape Town: Queen's/Idasa, 1998).
   

Transforming South African Migration and Immigration Policy (Cape Town: SAMP, 1998).

 

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Published Articles by SAMP Researchers and Associates

Brown, Mercy, Kaplan, David & Meyer,J.-M. (2000), An Outline of Skilled Emigration from South Africa, Africa Insight, 30, 41-47.

Campbell, Eugene (2010), The Role of Remittances in Botswana: Does Internal Migration Really Reward Sending Families? Population, Space and Place, 16.

Campbell, Eugene (2008), Moderating Poverty: The Role of Remittances from Migration in Botswana, Africa Development, 33(2), 91-115.

Campbell, Eugene (2006), Reflections on Illegal Immigration in Botswana and South Africa, African Population Studies, 21(2), 23-44.

Campbell, Eugene. (2003), Attitudes of Botswana citizens toward immigrants: Signs of xenophobia? International Migration, 14(4): 71-109.

Campbell, Eugene. (2001), Preferences forEmigration among Skilled Citizens in Botswana, International Journal of Population Geography, 7, 151-71.

Campbell, Eugene. (2000), Perspectives onthe Emigration Potential of Skilled Batswana, Africa Insight, 30, 48-55.

Chikanda, Abel (2007), Medical Migration from Zimbabwe in the post-ESAP Era: Magnitude, Causes and Impact on the Poor, Development Southern Africa, 24(1), 47-60.

Chikanda, Abel (2006), Skilled Health Professionals' Migration and Its Impact on Health Delivery in Zimbabwe, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 32, 667-80.

Chikanda, Abel (2005), Nurse Migration from Zimbabwe : Analysis of Recent Trends and Impacts, Nursing Inquiry, 12, 162-74.

Coplan, David (2001), A River Runs Through It: The Meaning of the Lesotho-Free State Border, African Affairs, 100, 81-116.

Crush, Jonathan and Hughes, Christine (2009), Brain Drain, In R. Kitchin and N. Thrift, eds., International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Vol. 1 (Oxford: Elsevier), pp. 342-7.

Crush, Jonathan, Williams, Vincent & Nicholson, Peggy (2009), Migrants' Rights After Apartheid: South African Responses to the ICRMW, In P. de Guchteneire, A. Pecoud and R. Cholewinski, eds., Migration and Human Rights: The United Nations Convention on Migrant Workers' Rights (Cambridge: CUP).

Crush, Jonathan & Pendleton, Wade (2009), Remitting for Survival: Rethinking the Development Potential of Remittances in Southern Africa, Global Development Studies 5(3/4), 1-28.

Crush, Jonathan (2008), South Africa: Migration Policy in the Face of Xenophobia, Migration Information Source, July.

Crush, Jonathan (2008), Mean Streets: Johannesburg as an Emergent Gateway City, In M. Price and L. Benton-Short, eds., Immigrant Gateways as Global Cities (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press).

Crush, Jonathan & Williams, Vincent (2008), La Convention en Affrique du Sud: les droits des migrants depuis la fin de l'apartheid, Hommes & Migrations 1271: 108-19.

Crush, Jonathan & Dodson, Belinda (2007), Another Lost Decade: The Failures of South Africa's Post-Apartheid Migration Policy, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 98(4), 436-54.

Crush, Jonathan & Frayne, Bruce (2007), The Migration and Development Nexus in Southern Africa, Development Southern Africa, 24(1), 1-23.

Crush, Jonathan & Pendleton, Wade (2007), Mapping Hostilities: The Geography of Xenophobia in Southern Africa, South African Geographical Journal, 89(1), 64-82.

Crush, Jonathan, Pendleton, Wade & Tevera, Dan (2006), Degrees of Uncertainty: Students and the Brain Drain in Southern Africa, In Roshen Kishun, ed., The Internationalisation of Higher Education in South Africa (Durban : IEASA), 123-44.

Crush, Jonathan, Williams, Brian, Gouws, Eleanor & Lurie, Mark (2005), Migration and HIV/AIDS in South Africa, Development Southern Africa 22, 293-318.

Crush, Jonathan (2005), Breaking with Isolation: Johannesburg , South Africa, In Marcello Balbo, ed., International Migrants and the City ( Nairobi : UNHABITAT).

Crush, Jonathan (2005), Forgotten Movements: Cross-Border Migration in Southern Africa , In P. Poddar and D. Johnson. Eds., A Historical Companion to Post-Colonial Thought in English ( Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press).

Crush, Jonathan (2003), Migration and Development in Post-Apartheid South Africa, In A. Sakia, ed., Population, Environment and the Challenge of Development ( New Delhi : Akansha), 201-26.

Crush, Jonathan (2002), The Global Raiders: Nationalism, Globalization and the South African Brain Drain, Journal of International Affairs 56, 147-72.

Crush, Jonathan, & McDonald, David.(2002), Evaluating South African Immigration Policy after Apartheid, Africa Today, 48, 1-14.

Crush, Jonathan & Tshitereke, Clarence (2002), Contesting Migrancy: The Foreign Labor Debate in Post-1994 South Africa, Africa Today, 48,49-72.

Crush, Jonathan, Ulicki, Theresa, Tseane, Teke & Van Veuren, Elizabeth (2001), Undermining Labour: The Rise of Sub-Contracting in Southern African Gold Mines, Journal of Southern African Studies, 27, 5-31.

Crush, Jonathan (2000), The Dark Side of Democracy: Migration, Human Rights and Xenophobia in South Africa. International Migration, 38, 103-34.

Crush, Jonathan, & McDonald, David (2000), Transnationalism, African Immigration, and New Migrant Spaces in South Africa: An Introduction, Canadian Journal ofAfrican Studies, 34, 1-19.

Crush, Jonathan (1999), Fortress South Africa and the Deconstruction of the Apartheid Migration Regime, Geoforum,30, 1-11.

Crush, Jonathan (1999), The Discourse and Dimensions of Irregularity in Post-Apartheid South Africa, International Migration, 37, 125-151.

Crush, Jonathan (1996), A Bad NeighbourPolicy? Migrant Labour and the New South Africa, Southern Africa Report, 12, 3-5.

Dambrun, Michel, Taylor, Donald, Crush, Jonathan, McDonald, David & Meot, A, (2006), The Relative Deprivation-Gratification Contiuum and the Attitudes of South Africans Towards Immigrants, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 91, 1032-44.

Danso, Ransford & McDonald, David (2002), Writing Xenophobia: Immigration and the Print Media inPost-apartheid South Africa, Africa Today, 48, 115-138.

de Vletter, F. (2007), Migration and Development in Mozambique: Poverty, Inequility and Survival, Development Southern Africa 24(1), 137-154.

Dodson, Belinda (2007), Gender, Migration and Livelihoods: Migrant Women in Southern Africa, In N. Piper, ed., New Perspectives on Gender and Migration: Livelihoods, Rights and Entitlements (London: Routledge).

Dodson, Belinda & Crush, Jonathan (2004), Masculinizing the Migrant: A Report on Gender Discrimination in South Africa 's 2002 Immigration Act, Feminist Review , 77, 96-119.

Dodson, Belinda (2002), Discrimination by Default? Gender Concerns in South African Migration Policy, AfricaToday, 48, 73-90.

Dodson, Belinda (2000), Porous Borders: Gender and Migration in Southern Africa, South African Geographical Journal, 82, 40-46.

Dodson, Belinda, & Oelofse, Catherine (2000), Shades of Xenophobia: In-Migrants and Immigrants in Mizamoyethu, Cape Town, Canadian Journal of African Studies, 34,124-148.

Frayne, Bruce & Pendleton, Wade (2009), The Development Role of Remittances in the Urbanization Process in Southern Africa, Global Development Studies 5(3/4), 85-132.

Frayne, Bruce (2007), Urbanization and the Changing Social Economy of Windhoek, Namibia, Development Southern Africa 24(1), 91-108.

Frayne, Bruce (2004), Migration and Urban Survival Strategies in Windhoek, Namibia, Geoforum 35(4), 489-505.

Frayne, Bruce (2005), Survival of the Poorest: Migration and Food Security in Namibia, In L. Mougeot, ed., Agroplis: The Social, Political and Environmental Dimensions of Urban Agriculture (Ottawa: IDRC), 31-50.

Frayne, Bruce & Pendleton, Wade (2001), Migration in Namibia : Combining Macro and Micro Approaches to Research Design and Analysis, International Migration Review 35, 1054-85.

Frayne, Bruce & Pendleton, Wade (2001), Home is Where the Heart Is: Namibians on Cross-Border Migration and Regional Integration, African Studies 60(2), 205-224.

Gay, John (2000), Migration Attitudes of Skilled Professionals in Lesotho, Africa Insight, 30,65-74.

Handmaker, Jeff (2002), No Easy Walk: Advancing Refugee Protection in South Africa, Africa Today, 48, 91-114.

Klaaren, Jonathan and Ramji, Jaya (2002), Inside Illegality: Migration Policing in South Africa after Apartheid, Africa Today, 48, 35-48.

Mather, Charles (2000), Foreign Migrants inExport Agriculture: Mozambican Labour in the Mpumalanga Lowveld, South Africa, Tijdschrift voor Economische en SocialeGeographie, 91, 426-36.

Mattes, Robert & Mniki Namhla (2007), Restless Minds: South African Students and the Brain Drain, Development Southern Africa 24(1), 25-46.

Mattes, Robert, Crush, Jonathan & Richmond, Wayne (2000), The Brain Gain and Legal Immigration to Post-Apartheid South Africa, Africa Insight, 30, 21-30.

Mattes, Robert & Richmond, Wayne (2000), The Brain Drain: What Do Skilled South Africans Think? Africa Insight, 30, 10-20.

McDonald, David & Jacobs, Sean (2006), (Re)writing Xenophobia: Understanding Press Coverage of Cross-Border Migration in Southern Africa , Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 23, 205-325.

McDonald, David, Zinyama, Lovemore, Gay,John, de Vletter, Fion & Mattes, Robert (2000), Guess Who's Coming to Dinner: Migration from Lesotho, Mozambique and Zimbabweto South Africa, International Migration Review, 34, 813-841.

McDonald, David (2000), We Have Contact:Foreign Migration and Civic Participation in Marconi Beam, CapeTown, Canadian Journal of African Studies, 34, 101-123.

McDonald, David & Crush, Jonathan (2000), Understanding the Scale and Character of Skilled Migration in Southern Africa, Africa Insight, 30, 5-9.

McDonald, David (1999), Lest the Rhetoric Begin: Migration, Population and the Environment in South Africa, Geoforum, 30, 13-25.

McDonald, David (1998), Hear No Housing, See No Housing: Immigration and Homelessness in the New South Africa, Cities, 15, 449-462.

McDonald, David (1997), Greener Pastures?: Attitudes Towards Cross-Border Migration in Southern Africa, Southern Africa Report, 13 (1).

Oucho, John (2003), From Drain to Gain: Development Aspects of Africa's Brain Drain, Labour Migration and Remittances, In IOM, World Migration 2003 (Geneva : IOM).

Oucho, John (2002), Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons: Africa's Liability for the Next Millenium” In D. Joly, ed., Global Changes in Asylum Regimes (London : Palgrave Macmillan), 154-78.

Oucho, John (2000), Skilled Immigrants in Botswana, Africa Insight, 30, 56-64.

Oucho, John (1998), Regional Integrationand Labour Mobility in Eastern and Southern Africa. In Reg Appleyard, ed., Emigration Dynamics in Developing Countries:Volume 1. (Aldershot: Gower, 1998), 264-300.

Oucho, John & Crush, Jonathan (2002), Contra Free Movement: South Africa and SADC Migration Protocols, Africa Today, 48, 139-158.

Peberdy, Sally & Crush, Jonathan (2008), Histories, Realities and Negotiating Free Movement in Southern Africa, In A. Pecoud and P. de Guchteneire, eds., Migration Without Borders: Essays on the Free Movement of People (Paris: UNESCO), pp. 175-98.

Peberdy, Sally (2008), The Invisible Woman: Gender Blindness and South African Immigration Policies and Legislation, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 33(4), 800-807.

Peberdy, Sally & Dinat, Natalya (2007), Restless Worlds of Work, Health and Migration: Domestic Workers in Johannesburg, Development Southern Africa, 24(1), 187-203.

Peberdy, Sally (2005), Southern Africa, In M. Gibney and R. Hansen, eds., Immigration and Asylum: From 1900 to the Present, Volume 2, (New York: ABC-CLIO), pp. 564-569.

Peberdy, Sally & Rogerson, Christian (2003), Creating New Spaces? Immigrant Entrepreneurship in South Africa's SMME Economy, In R. Kloosterman and J. Rath, eds., Venturing Abroad: Global Processes and National Peculiarities of Migrant Entrepreneurship in Advanced Economies (Oxford : Berg).

Peberdy, Sally (2002), ImaginingImmigration: Inclusive Identities and Exclusive Policies inPost-1994 South Africa. Africa Today, 48,15-34.

Peberdy, Sally (2001), Passaggi di frontiera. Piccoli imprenditori e commercio transfrontaliero tra Sudafrica e Mozambico, Afriche e Orienti, 1.

Peberdy, Sally (2000),  Border Crossings: Small Entrepreneurs and Informal Sector Cross Border Trade between South Africa and Mozambique, Tjidschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geographie, 91(4): 361-378.

Peberdy, Sally & Crush, Jonathan (2001),  Invisible Travellers, Invisible Trade?  Informal Sector Cross Border Trade and the Maputo Corridor Spatial Development Initiative, South African Geographical Journal, 83 (2): 115-23.

Peberdy, Sally (2000),  Mobile Entrepreneurship: Informal Sector Cross Border Trade and Street Trade in South Africa, Development Southern Africa, 18(2): 201-219.

Peberdy, Sally & Majodina, Zonke (2000), Just a Roof Over My Head?: Housing and the Somali Refugee Community. Urban Forum, 11, 273-288.

Peberdy, Sally, & Rogerson, Chris (2000), Transnationalism and Non-South African Entrepreneurs in South Africa's Small, Medium and Micro-Enterprise (SMME) Economy, Canadian Journal of African Studies, 34, 20-40.

Peberdy, Sally & Crush, Jonathan (1998), Rooted in Racism: The Origins of the Alien's Control Act. In Jonathan Crush, ed. Beyond Control: Immigration and Human Rights in a Democratic South Africa (Cape Town and Kingston: Idasa and Queen's University), pp.18-36.

Peberdy, Sally & Rogerson, Chris (2002), Transnationalism and Non-South African Entrepreneurs in South Africa's Small, Medium and Micro-Enterprise Economy. In Jonathan Crush and David McDonald, eds., Transnationalism and New African Immigration to South Africa (Toronto: SAMP and CAAS).

Peberdy, Sally (1998), Obscuring History, In D. Simon, ed., South Africa in Southern Africa:Reconfiguring the Region (London and Cape Town: James Currey and David Phillip, 1998).

Pendleton, Wade (2008), Migration and Xenophobia in Southern Africa, dvv international 70.

Raimundo, Ines (2009), International Migration Management and Development in Mozambique: What Strategies? International Migration 47(3).

Rogerson, Chris & Crush, Jonathan (2008), South Africa and the Global Recruitment of Health Professionals, Africa Insight, 37, 1-15.

Rogerson, Chris & Crush, Jonathan (2008), The Recruiting of South African Health Professionals, In John Connell, ed., The International Migration of Health Workers (London: Routledge), pp. 199-224.

Rogerson, Chris (1999), International Migrants in the South African Construction Industry: The Case of Johannesburg, Africa Insight, 29, 40-51.

Rogerson, Chris (1998), 'Formidable Entrepreneurs': The Role of Foreigners in the Gauteng SMME Economy, Urban Forum, 9, 143-153.

Rogerson, Chris & Rogerson, Jayne (2000), Dealing Scarce Skills: Employer Responses to the Brain Drain in South Africa, Africa Insight, 30, 31-40.

Rogerson, Chris (1997), African Immigrant Experiences and Johannesburg's Changing Inner City, Africa Insight, 27, 265-273.

Tevera, Daniel & Chikanda, Abel (2007), Development Impact of International Remittances: Some Evidence from Origin Households in Zimbabwe, Global Development Studies 5(3/4), 273-302.

Ulicki, Theresa & Crush, Jonathan (2007), Poverty, Gender and Migrancy: Lesotho's Migrant Farmworkers in South Africa, Development Southern Africa, 24(1), 155-172.

Ulicki, Theresa, & Crush, Jonathan (2000), Gender, Farmwork, and Women's Migration from Lesotho to the New South Africa, Canadian Journal of African Studies, 34,64-79.

Ulicki, Theresa (1999), Basotho Miners Speak: Subcontracting on South African Gold Mines, SA Labour Bulletin, 23 (4).

Williams, Vincent (2008), Xenophobia in South Africa: Overview and Analysis, Perspectives 3. 08, 2-6.

Williams, Vincent (2006), In Pursuit of Regional Citizenship and Identity: The Free Movement of Persons in the Southern African Development Community, Policy, Issues and Actors 19(2), 1-15.

Williams, Vincent (2006), Regional Cooperation and the Benefits of Migration for Development in Southern Africa, In K. Tamas & J. Palme, eds, How Migration Can Benefit Development (Stockholm : Institute for Futures Research).

Williams, Vincent (1999), The Green Paper on International Migration, DevelopmentUpdate, 2 (4)

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Crossings

Crossings is the newsletter of the Southern African Migration Project. Crossings is produced quarterly and is now available online.

MIDSA Publications

download MIDSA Report No. 3: A Migration Audit of Poverty Reduction Strategies in Southern Africa
Benjamin Roberts, 2007

download MIDSA Report No. 2: The Prospects for Migration Data Harmonization in the SADC
Vincent Williams and Tiffany Tsang, 2007

download MIDSA Report No. 1: Toward the Harmonization of Immigration and Refugee Law in SADC
Jonathan Klaaren and Bonaventure Rutinwa, 2004

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Migration and Development (MAD) Series

Migration and Development Series 1: Migration and Development in Africa: An Overview
R. Black, J. Crush, S. Peberdy, with S. Ammassari, L. McLean Hilken, S. Mouillesseux, C. Pooley, R. Rajkotia, 2006

Migration and Development Series 2: The Brain Drain of Health Professionals from Sub-Saharan Africa to Canada
R. Labonte, C. Packer, N. Klassen, A. Kazanjian, L. Apland, J. Adalikwu, J. Crush, T. McIntosh, T. Schrecker, J. Walker, D. Zackus, 2007

Migration and Development Series 3: Linking Migration, HIV/AIDS and Urban Food Security in Southern and Eastern Africa
J. Crush, M. Grant, B. Frayne, 2007.

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Ordering Publications

Hard copies of all publications can be obtained from:

South Africa:
Idasa
P.O. Box 1739
Cape Town
8000, South Africa
Tel: (27-21) 461-2559
Fax: (27-21) 461-2589
e-mail: vincent@idasact.org.za

Canada:
Southern African Migration Project
Southern African Research Centre
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Tel: (613) 533-6000 x 36964
Fax: (613) 533-2171
e-mail: samp@post.queensu.ca.