BEYOND CONTROL:
IMMIGRATION AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN A DEMOCRATIC SOUTH AFRICA

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

You can order this book by contacting faldelah@idasact.org.za
Publications Department
Idasa
P.O. Box 1739
Cape Town 8000 South Africa

The book contains a preface by the Hon. Minister of Justice, Dullah Omar, and an introduction by the editor Immigration, Human Rights, and the Constitution and the following chapters:

Sally Peberdy (Queen's University) and Jonathan Crush, Rooted in Racism: The Origins of the Aliens Control Act

Maxine Reitzes (Centre for Policy Studies), Immigration Law and Human Rights in South Africa

Jonathan Klaaren (Centre for Applied Legal Studies),Immigration and the South African Constitution

Anton Katz (Advocate of High Court), Immigration Law and the Courts

Melvin Weigel, South African Immigration Law: an International Perspective

Lee Anne de la Hunt (Faculty of Law, UCT), Refugee and Immigration Law in South Africa

Sheena Duncan (Black Sash), Bad Law: The Aliens Control Act Applied

Nicola Johnston and Caetano Simbine (Wits Rural Facility), The Usual Victims: The Aliens Control Act and the Voices of Mozambicans


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