PASSOP is a not-for-profit human rights organisation devoted to fighting for the rights of asylum-seekers, refugees and immigrants in South Africa.
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This report seeks to raise awareness of the discrimination that LGBTI refugees and asylum seekers face in the South African employment and housing markets. Discriminatory practices against the LGBTI community and foreigners, coupled with the lack of enforcement of existing … Continue reading
- After 42 Years of service to the South African Home Affairs, RIP Mr Joubert you will be greatly missed by many.
- PASSOP offices will now open on Saturdays
- Success in Maximum Number of Extensions Case Interim Relief
- MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR LETSEKANG THOKWANA WHO DIED DURING THE FARMWORKERS STRIKES IN DE DOORNS
- PASSOP – Disabled Children Support Project
Immigrants are often disempowered because they do not know their own rights. We offer free paralegal advice on documentation, labour and other issues, as well as assistance in finding employment. To find out more, click here.
Countless gay, lesbian and transgender refugees flee the homophobia and persecution in their home countries and make their way to South Africa. Our LGBTI Refugee Advocacy and Support project aims to assist and advocate for their rights. Find out more.
The cost of sending money from South Africa to neighbouring countries is amongst the highest in the world. A new report highlights this and other findings about the nature of remittance flows from South Africa to Zimbabwe and what implications it has on the nature of migration.
Refugees are often exposed to hardships, discrimination and violence, both in their home countries and in South Africa. Yet they somehow overcome the odds. To give them a voice and to raise awareness around their plight, here are a collection of their stories.
The power of the media in shaping public opinion, and its subsequent importance for our advocacy work is hard to exaggerate. Here is a collection of some of the major news articles that PASSOP is quoted in.
PASSOP relies heavily on the support from its volunteers, friends and supporters. To find out how you can get involved, become a member or donate, read more here.