Living with xenophobia : understanding the lived experiences of Burundian and Rwandese refugees in Durban (South Africa)

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Living with xenophobia : understanding the lived experiences of Burundian and Rwandese refugees in Durban (South Africa)

The main purpose of this study is to better understand the lived experiences of refugees from Burundi and Rwanda living in the inner city of Durban and facing xenophobia. This study was motivated by available research evidence that xenophobia is a widespread phenomenon, together with the researcher’s own experience of living as a refugee in South Africa. The investigation was guided by ‘structural social work theory’ and used a qualitative descriptive approach

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  • Author
    Mujawamariya Consolee
  • Year of publication
    March 2013
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