Protection From Xenophobia: An Evaluation of UNHCR's Regional Office for Southern Africa's Xenophobia Related Programmes

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This evaluation reviews the attempts of the UNHCR Regional Office for South Africa (UNHCR ROSA) office to protect refugees and asylum-seekers from violent and recurring xenophobic attacks in a country that has a long history of “othering” within its society. In measuring the impact and efficacy of four programmes, it gives clear recommendations that are based on best practices in xenophobia related programming and explores reasons why traditional awareness raising programmes have not worked.
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