As the camp for migrants and refugees outside Calais is dismantled, two academics from either side of the Channel look at what will happen next.
Sport migrations emerge within a general migratory context. In some societies, like the Pacific Islands, adulthood, particularly for men, cannot be completed unless one migrates.
The government needs to change conditions for migrant workers to secure Australia's economic future, a new report finds.
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.
Integrating large refugee populations goes far beyond simply offering citizenship to some.
Research in Italy shows bullies can be prejudiced against immigrants.
Unscrupulous employers who exploit migrant labour are posing a large threat to the continued contribution that immigrant workers make to the agricultural industry, a new report reveals.
Dallas Rogers speaks with Alanna Kamp on how racism and sexism has excluded lives and experiences of Chinese-Australian women from our historical record.
The Pangsau Pass between Burma and India illustrates the complex issue of borders in the region.
Safe passage for vulnerable refugees could help stop thousands from making a perilous journey across the Mediterranean.
When people migrate they can end up worse off when it comes to getting access to health care. Analysing migration trends can help drive local public health policy towards the correct targets.
More than 44% of Mexican women face violence in their homes. Some of them become asylum seekers in the United States.
In the 20th century, governments considered the “total abolition” of passports as an important goal and discussed the issue in several international conferences.
Unless managed more effectively, forced migration will have permanent and intensifying negative impacts on countries across the globe.
Public attitudes toward migration are a key driver of political instability and controversy across Europe and North America.
Discussions at two global summits on migration in New York will do little to do what is needed to change the reality on the ground.
Blocked from crossing borders further into Europe, migrants are turning to smugglers.
Walls to prevent the movement of people have rarely worked.
States need to think of alternatives instead of locking up children on the move.
Repatriation of cultural heritage is being debated at a time of mass migration – is heritage more important to countries that increasingly cannot be defined by their populations?