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Jonathan Crush is Director of the Southern African Research Centre at Queen's University and founder and director of the Southern African Migration Project. He has extensive research and policy experience in migration issues in Southern Africa and is currently writing a book on post-apartheid immigration policy.

Ransford Danso is currently completing a doctoral degree program in Geography at Queen's University, Kingston, Canada. His dissertation investigates the role of ethnic community networks and public policy in the resettlement of Ethiopian and Somali refugees in Toronto.

Belinda Dodson is a research associate and gender adviser for the Southern African Migration Project at Queen's University. She formerly taught at the University of Cape Town and has research interests in the general area of environment, gender and development.

Jeff Handmaker is a lawyer who works on various development projects, based in The Hague, Netherlands. He has taught and published work on South African migration and refugee policy. In 1993 and from 1996-2000, he worked for South African NGO Lawyers for Human Rights, where he founded the refugee rights project.

Jonathan Klaaren is an Associate Professor at the School of Law, University of the Witwatersrand and Senior Researcher at the Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research. He is researching the legal and sociological history of migration and citizenship regulation in South Africa.

David A. Mcdonald is Director of the Development Studies program at Queen's University, Kingston, Canada. His research interests include international migration, political ecology, and urbanization, with a focus on South and Southern Africa.

John O. Oucho holds a Ph.D. from the University of Nairobi and has taught population studies at the University of Botswana since 1996. He has published extensively on internal and international migration in Africa.

Sally Peberdy is the Project Research Manager for the Southern African Migration Project based at the University of Witwatersrand. She recently completed her doctoral thesis on the history of South African immigration policy. [End Page 177]

Jaya Ramji received her J.D. from Yale Law School in 1999. In 2000, she was a Robert L. Bernstein Fellow in International Human Rights at the School of Law, University of the Witwatersrand. She is currently an associate at Debevoise & Plimpton in New York City.

Clarence Tshitereke has degrees from the Universities of Cape Town and Stellenbosch and is currently a researcher at the Institute for Security Studies in Cape Town. He is writing his doctoral dissertation in Political Studies at Queen's University. [End Page 178]



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