Southern African Migration Programme (SAMP)

Southern African Migration Programme (SAMP)

  • Publications: 54
  • Contributors: 124

The Southern African Migration Programme (SAMP) is an international network of organizations founded in 1996 to promote awareness of migration-development linkages in SADC. SAMP conducts applied research on migration and development issues, provides policy advice and expertise, offers training in migration policy and management, and conducts public education campaigns on migration-related issues.

Latest publications

Comparing Refugees and South Africans in the Urban Informal Sector

Living With Xenophobia: Zimbabwean Informal Enterprise in South Africa

Refugee Entrepreneurial Economies in Urban South Africa

Competition or Co-operation? South African and Migrant Entrepreneurs in Johannesburg

Informal Entrepreneurship and Cross-Border Trade between Zimbabwe and South Africa

Rendering South Africa Undesirable: A Critique of Refugee and Informal Sector Policy

Informal Migrant Entrepreneurship and Inclusive Growth in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Mozambique

Zimbabwe's Return Migrants - Before & After Challenges

Migrant Entrepreneurship, Collective Violence and Xenophobia in South Africa

Xenophobic Violence in South Africa: Denialism, Minimalism, Realism

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