Most surveys are consistent in finding there is a substantial minority of the view that immigration is too high, but not a large majority.
A longtime Crown ward since he was a child refugee, Abdoul Abdi is far more of a product of Canada than Somalia. Why is the government attempting to deport him after failing him so badly as a child?
Strike rules for international staff illuminates the intractable tensions that underpin the logic of universities.
The unique role of the temperance movement in US history might explain why, when it comes to Americans' tastes, bland beer is still king.
Why some women detained in Yarl's Wood Immigration Removal Centre are on hunger strike.
When homelessness charities work alongside Home Office immigration teams, it can put vulnerable people off seeking help.
Australian governments are faced with a choice: make the difficult decisions to fix planning systems so more houses can be built, or tap the brakes on Australia's migrant intake.
The demographics, which include declining numbers of adult children free to step up and potentially fewer immigrants, suggest that this big problem society faces will get bigger.
New research suggests that hints left in Creole languages can identify where the original speakers came from – even hundreds of years after they migrated and mixed together.
Conservatives on migration claim that allowing the DACA recipients to stay shows disrespect for the law. The moral principles that underlie the American legal system, however, tell a different story.
Why right-wing populism gets the tradition of legality and justice exactly the wrong way round.
Politics Podcast: Peter Dutton on balancing interests in Home Affairs.
Peter Dutton says there is no basis to concerns about the excess power of the home affairs department.
Michelle Grattan discusses the week in Australian politics with Nicholas Klomp.
Blaming immigration for low wage growth, infrastructure congestion and housing affordability is based on simplistic notions of supply and demand.
New data shows another drop in the number of EU citizens coming to the UK since Brexit.
Barnaby Joyce's position appears to have been weakened rather than strengthened by his publicity tactic.
The Department of Justice wants to add a citizenship question to the next census. That could mess up the Census Bureau's data and damage public trust in the system.
Canada's experience shows that selecting immigrants based on economic merit is not a silver bullet; finding the "right" immigrants is the only the first step.
In the 1990s, older Californians struggled to make way for a younger, more diverse generation. Here’s how that 'racial generation gap’ transformed the state – and what it means for the rest of the US.
Museums can help teach immigrants new skills – if they engage them.