Your identity changes when you move house and, if that's to a different community, your clothes change along with you.
A close reading of news articles and editorials from 2006 and 2013 shows that UK newspapers have systematically ignored the evidence to influence the public against EU migrants.
Thirty-seven-year-old Nayib Bukele is the first modern president who doesn't represent either of El Salvador's two mainstream parties. Can he fix what ails this troubled Central American country?
How the 'refoulement' industry between Europe and Libya works.
From Rahaf Mohammed to the fate of Syrian refugees and the US border wall – what 'migration diplomacy' means for world politics.
In acts of civil disobedience, some centre-left mayors and regional authorities are resisting a government-level clampdown on asylum seekers.
Culturally-responsive student assessment and evaluation is key to student success in diverse, globalized societies.
Think moving won't change you? You might want to rethink that. To feel 'at home' you need to accept the new place where you live as part of your changing identity.
New research suggests that refugees and family migrants are more likely to report a British identity than economic migrants.
What is the best way to conserve US national parks in a climate-altered future? One answer is connecting parks and other public lands, so plants and animals can shift their ranges.
Immigration experts explain who's really trying to cross the US-Mexico border, what they want — and why immigration, even undocumented immigration, actually benefits the country.
While the West fails to solve its border issues, countries in Asia and Africa have found a positive way forward.
It's time to tell the truth about immigration.
The migrant caravan was one of the biggest international stories of 2018, a roving human drama that laid bare Central America's pain for all the world to see.
The UK government has done little to prove how it will continue to attract highly skilled migrants after Brexit.
The British government's immigration plans may be long-awaited, but they have not come at a good time.
Donald Trump portrays migrants as a foreign problem 'dumped' on America's doorstep. That view ignores the global forces that bind nations together, including trade, climate change and colonization.
The refugee and migration compacts are not perfect, but they offer the chance for countries to do better by people on the move, and should be joined.
The 'centre' has long been chasing the right on immigration politics.
The number of countries withdrawing seems to be growing by the day.