Despite an international commitment to protect civilians from genocidal violence, the world's response to ethnic cleansing in Myanmar has been feeble. An expert explains the challenges.
Food is a real flashpoint in the power dynamics between asylum seekers and the people looking after them.
Australia's Human Rights Council election provides an ideal opportunity for it to show leadership and commitment on issues such as refugee flows and the death penalty.
A brigade of migrants from Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Guatemala have interrupted their trek north to stay in Mexico and support earthquake recovery efforts.
The region has welcomed resettled refugees for a few decades, but it has not always gone smoothly.
What effect does India's legal precariousness and lack of institutionalised support have on the ground? Most refugee groups have to rely on themselves.
The UK foreign secretary has been talking up the merits of clearing away bodies to build a new Dubai on the Libyan Med.
Humanitarian refugees face many barriers to becoming entrepreneurs, but research shows they are disproportionately entrepreneurial.
Hans Eysenck's denial that he was Jewish throws light on the psychological problems faced by refugees who belong to persecuted ethnic groups.
Along the Balkan route, refugees and migrants are still in need of emergency aid.
Tens of thousands of North Koreans live in China. Their lives are often no better than they were at home.
Michelle Grattan speaks with Deep Saini about the week in Australian politics.
A possible risk from Peter Dutton's outburst is if his remarks carry any impact in the US.
In Turkey, while many have left Syria to find asylum, most refugees are struggling to be socially and economically integrated.
Was John Keats a refugee in his day? A workshop for refugees, migrants and artists took place recently at Keats-Shelley House and the story of the great Romantic poet's life and death hit a nerve.
Not all who fled Vietnam at the end of the war wanted to be resettled in the US. But those who returned faced an unwelcoming government.
As Congress takes up the issue of immigration, we turned to our global network of scholars to get their perspective on how points systems work.
Genocide doesn't begin with mass murder. It's a long, insidious process that can be stopped before it's too late.
ASEAN should improve the accreditation process for civil society organisation (CSOs) to support more community-based activities that can help solve regional problems.
Like Australia and the US before it, Europe is now flirting with the idea of processing centres for refugees in transit countries.