The mass movement of people across the world is nothing new, but migration today is so global and so unrelenting that it may well be the great humanitarian issue of our time.
What the political party manifestos say about refugees and asylum seekers.
Refugees who are granted leave to remain in the UK could now be sent back to the country they fled, after five years in limbo.
Uganda has won praise for the way it treats its refugees. But now it is at breaking point.
Despite Trump’s rhetoric, Mexicans are no longer crossing the border in massive numbers. Data show a new group of migrants is arriving, and for very different reasons.
What has happened to former residents since the camp was closed in October 2016.
A short history of legal challenges to immigrant detention practices in the U.S. may shed light on what's to come for the new administration.
Many Eritreans whose asylum claims are rejected have them overturned on appeal.
It could save the British government up to £173.6m in savings in asylum support.
On Q&A, panellists duelled over the numbers of migrants Australia takes a year. Is it 200,000 or 800,000? How many permanent and how many temporary? Let's check the facts.
Uncertainty and injustice have become the staple diet of the British asylum system.
Access to immigration and asylum tribunals is about to get a lot more costly.
At what point is the movement of people away from their land of origin called a diaspora? A sociologist explores what the term has meant in the past, and why that might soon change.
Can you visualize any number greater than 100? Migration experts explain why thinking about migrants en masse makes it difficult to address the nuances of each group's unique challenges.
Madness allows us to challenge the stereotypes of the rational world.
Here's why you shouldn't blame local authorities for the failure of government contractors.
Reforms to where in Europe people in need of protection can claim asylum do not go far enough.
Deported as soon as they become legal adults, young refugees wander the globe in search of safety.
The recent red door asylum seeker housing scandal has highlighted the cracks in the system.
For many, it evokes memories of the Holocaust. So how can the government justify it?