"In my 22 years of doing visits with children in detention I have never heard of this level of inhumanity."
There’s a little-known resettlement requirement that runs counter to the Trump administration’s unwelcoming stance toward migrants.
Although slave labor created the economic basis of U.S. agriculture, the long-term effects of racism and systemic discrimination from U.S. Department of Agriculture programs continue to sideline African American farmers from land ownership.
Venezuela’s descent into chaos, which nearly culminated in an anti-government military uprising, has had profound effects on both sides of the border.
As a boy, Ali Hassan nearly drowned on the trip across the Mediterranean. Now he’s returned to the sea to rescue migrants making the deadly journey in search of a better life.
Leaders agreed to share out refugees arriving in the bloc on a voluntary basis and create “controlled centers” inside the European Union to process asylum requests.
Trump announced he’s going to end the separation of migrant children from their families, blaming previous administrations for the policy.
The wife of a man kicked out of America after thirty years says she’s going to fight to bring him home and reform U.S. immigration policy.
With elections just over the horizon, Viktor Orban is ramping up his attacks on migration.
The two countries are among world powers that have a "distorted vision of the world," he said.
Climate deniers everywhere are ensuring that communities across the globe continue to be displaced.
These programmes, otherwise known as amnesties, give undocumented aliens a chance to legalise their residence status under
A study of UK University graduates that found that female graduates migrate more than male graduates. Why? The authors argue
Ce qui me fait dire que d'importants progrès ont été réalisés en 2016 c'est la manière inédite dont les mesures à court terme
Did all this happen despite people's despair over high unemployment, rising inequality and a growing trust deficit in institutions
Here at the end of 2016, migration issues are once more the subject of heated international debate.
Almost 20 million people were displaced from natural disasters in 2015 alone, the majority climate-related.
The rate of recorded deaths in the Mediterranean has risen sharply this year, with more than 3,740 migrants drowning on their way to Europe.