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Anti-Xenophobia Dialogue

Please RSVP by Monday 12 February 2018.

The aim of the dialogue is to eradicate xenophobia and promote social cohesion by strengthening conflict resolution skills of community leaders, improve liaison with Government and other agencies on the provision of relief during attacks.

Details

PROGRAMME



Anti-Xenophobia Dialogue



09:30Registration-Tea/Coffee


10:00Welcome Address

Rev. Gift Moerane

Provincial Ecumenical Secretary

Nancy Msibi, Project Manager

Konrad Adenauer Foundation


10:30Statelessness

Ms Lusungu Phiri

Lawyers for Human Rights

Legal Counselor: Refugee and Migrants Rights:

Statelessness Project


11:00Challenges faced by Migrants

Mr Abenge Buswato

African Diaspora Forum


11:30Law application and action

Mr. Phillip Molekoa

South African Human Rights commission


12:00Discussions and questions

Mr Gosiame Choabi

South African Council of Churches


13:00Way forward and closing remarks

Mr Gosiame Choabi

South African Council of Churches


13:30Lunch

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Venue

Khotso House, 62 Marshall Street,Johannesburg

Publication

Anti-Xenophobia Dialogue
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Contact

Nancy Msibi

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Project Manager

Nancy.Msibi@kas.de +27 (11) 214 2900-110
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