In his book Insiders and Outsiders: citizenship and xenophobia
in contemporary Southern Africa, Francis Nyamnjoh lists the arrests of people for being 'too black' or having a 'foreign name,' or, in one case, 'walking like a Mozambican' (Nyamnjoh 2006: 51).
Jonathan: I actually said, the xenophobia
that happens, the attacks, I wasn't affected by those ones, but every day in South Africa here, every single day, I am affected verbally or physically every day, it happens.
We draw attention to the fact that globalization has entailed the deterioration of the economic, social and cultural conditions of popular social sectors, worsening the levels of poverty and social exclusion, exacerbating the inequalities between and within States, and countering the efforts underway to fight racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia
4) The migration patterns of the early 20th century are, to a large extent, responsible for the current racial conflicts, and the immense amount of migration over the whole world today promises a future of increasing racism and xenophobia
While media coverage and public debates on violence and racism in South Africa are nothing new, debates on migration, refugees, and xenophobia
have only relatively recently hit the public spotlight, and links between racism and xenophobia
are rarely made.
The emphasis is on anti-Semitism rather than xenophobia
The last section examines perceptions of, and reactions to, German antisemitism and xenophobia
in Jewish communities, in the United States, and within German society itself.
The event is a modern enactment of tribal warfare, ancient mythologizing, Grecian catharsis, Roman circuses - all rolled into one; at its best producing the breathtaking moments of poetry and virtuosity that transcend the limits of national pride and rabid xenophobia
Margaret Thatcher believed South Africa should become a 'whites-only state', and her cabinet meetings were said to be rife with xenophobia
, a former top diplomat has claimed
It denounces racism, xenophobia
, chauvinism and discrimination -- based on ethnic background, religion, gender, sexual orientation and disability -- as morally and legally reprehensible.
The journalistic content must have also highlighted the social, economic and cultural contribution of migrants in countries of origin and destination as well as contributed to the prevention of xenophobia
, racism and discrimination against migrants and their families.
Yildirim: Increasing racism, xenophobia
, Islamophobia and other discrimination in our age are marginalising people and making societies more divided and fragile.