Refugees and asylum seekers : barriers to accessing South Africa’s labour market
KeywordsAsylum seekers -- Employment -- Law and legislation -- South Africa
Refugees -- Employment -- Law and legislation -- South Africa
Refugees -- Civil rights -- South Africa
Labor market -- South Africa
Xenophobia -- South Africa
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AbstractCITATION: Kavuro, C. 2015. Refugees and asylum seekers : barriers to accessing South Africa’s labour market. Law, Democracy and Development , 29: 232-260, doi:10.4314/ldd.v19i1.1.
The original publication is available at http://www.ldd.org.za
Publication of this article was funded by the Stellenbosch University Open Access Fund.
This article demonstrates that the employment of those who are seeking or granted asylum in South Africa is very challenging. The challenges range from ill-sentiment towards non-citizens to legal and procedural barriers, such as, measures that are taken by different role players to protect citizens with regards to accessing the labour market.
Kavuro, C. 2015. Refugees and asylum seekers : barriers to accessing South Africa’s labour market. Law, Democracy and Development , 29: 232-260, doi:10.4314/ldd.v19i1.1
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