MiWORC completes publication of its research outputs

November 10, 2015


The MiWORC team is pleased to announce the online publication of its domestic work sector report titled Getting the house in order: Foreign migrant workers in the domestic work sector in South Africa . This is the ninth report in a series of 11 key research reports.

Here is the full list of the research consortium's publications:

RESEARCH REPORTS

Monica Kiwanuka, Zaheera Jinnah and Becca Hartman-Pickerill – Report #10 – June 2016- Getting the house in order: Foreign migrant workers in the domestic work sector in South Africa

Christopher Changwe Nshimbi & Lorenzo Fioramonti – Report #1 – July 2013 - A region without borders? Policy frameworks for regional labour migration towards South Africa

Deborah Budlender – Report #2 – July 2013 - Improving the quality of available statistics on foreign labour in South Africa: Existing data sets

Deborah Budlender – Report #3 – July 2013 - Improving the quality of available statistics on foreign labour in South Africa: Strategic recommendations

Deborah Budlender – Report #4 – July 2013 - Improving the quality of available statistics on foreign labour in South Africa: Suggestions for a Quarterly Labour Force Survey migration module and municipal level surveys


Deborah Budlender – Report #5 – June 2014 - Migration and employment in South Africa: Statistical analysis of the migration module in the Quarterly Labour Force Survey, third quarter 2012

Christine Fauvelle-Aymar – Report #6 – August 2014 - Migration and employment in South Africa: An econometric analysis of domestic and international migrants (QLFS (Q3) 2014)

Aurelia Segatti – Report #7 – November 2014 - A disposable workforce: Foreign health professionals in the South African public service

Bob Deacon, Marius Olivier and Reason Beremauro – Report #8 – June 2015 - Social security and social protection of migrants in South Africa and SADC

Janet Munakamwe and Zaheera Jinnah – Report # 9 – forthcoming in November 2015 - A bitter harvest: Migrant workers in the commercial agricultural sector in South Africa

Zaheera Jinnah and Rafael Cazarin – Report #11 – forthcoming in December 2015 - Making guests feel comfortable: Migrancy and labour in the hospitality sector in South Africa


FACT SHEETS, POLICY BRIEFS and POLICY UPDATES

Fact Sheet #1 Labour migration by numbers: South Africa's foreign and domestic migration data

Policy Brief #1 A region without borders? Policy frameworks for regional labour migration towards South Africa

Policy Brief #2 Migration and employment in South Africa. Statistical and econometric analyses of internal and international migrants in Statistics South Africa's labour market data

Policy Brief #3 A disposable workforce: Foreign health professionals in the South African public service

Policy Brief #4 Getting the house in order: Precarity, migration and domestic work in South Africa 

 Policy Brief #5 A bitter harvest: Migrant workers in the commercial agricultural sector in South Africa

Policy Brief #6 Making guests feel comfortable: Migrancy and labour in the hospitality sector in South Africa

Policy Update #1 Adoption of the SADC Labour Migration Policy Framework

 

WORKING PAPERS

Veronique Gindrey - Working Paper #1 – October 2015 - The position of foreign health professionals in the South African public health service: A statistical analysis of PERSAL data - Supplementary paper to MiWORC Report #7

Christine Fauvelle-Aymar - Working Paper #2 – November 2015 - Immigration and the South African labour market


PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATION OF RESEARCH FINDINGS

Deacon, B., & Nita, S. (2013). 'Regional social integration and free movement across borders: European Union and Southern Africa compared'Regions & Cohesion, 3 (1), 32-61.