Migrant And Refugee Crisis

Resources meant for vulnerable students like refugees fell through the gaps during the scramble to pivot to online learning.
The coronavirus didn't create a need for nativist immigration policies — it simply provided an excuse for them.
Their resilience, persistence, and at the same time gentleness, has been a lesson to us all.
From Florida to New Jersey, workers and doctors are worried about more outbreaks during the summer harvest.
As industries restart operations, workers say that they are being forced to do more tasks for no extra pay to make up for the shortage of labour.
The decisions could be life-changing for both men. They also demonstrate the unpredictability of the U.S. immigration system.
More than 250,000 immigrants and refugees in the U.S. have health care degrees but don't have jobs commensurate with their education.
Over 1 million displaced Rohingya and the Bangladeshi community hosting them are vulnerable, and humanitarian groups helping the refugees face increasing restrictions.
Singapore's coronavirus escalation lays bare the "parallel universe" of poor conditions endured by migrant workers who are essential to the affluent city-state.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a disaster on top of the many humanitarian disasters we already face, and it's a one-two punch for the most vulnerable.