Since october 1999, the Coordinating Body of Refugee Communities (CBRC) has closely and daily worked with refugees and other migrants in the Republic of South Africa. In this endeavour, it has occured that migrants and more specifically forced migrants face hassles in their lives in the host country due to many factors including their own ignorance of the rights conferred to them by the Refugee Act, the Immigration Act and constitution and also, poor or little service delivered to them. This mid term report aims at highlighting the plights of refugees and other migrants as they have unfolded for the first semester of this year 2011.
This report is made of the following:
Refugee Reception Offices (RRO)
Other Refugee Service Providers
Capacity Building (Refugee and Migrant Rights Campaigns and Training of trainers)