Security at the Margins – SeaM – is a three-year partnership between the University of Edinburgh and the University of Witwatersrand. Our aim is to use innovative, interdisciplinary methods to explore (in)security on the urban margins in South Africa. Our partnership is funded by the ESRC and NRF.
With the MoVE method:visual:explore project, maHp hosts public exhibitions and engagement events that provide a range of publics with the opportunity to engage with the lived experiences of diverse migrant groups in southern Africa.
Very little is known about what drives policy making in South Africa. This project investigates the making and effects of policy around migration and health for migrant farm workers in Vhembe District, Limpopo.
In this research project, the role of contemporary population mobility in mediating the HIV epidemic in sub-Saharan African (SSA) is explored and recommendations for action to assist in strengthening responses to HIV – including the call for migration-aware programming – in the region will be made.