Sanctuaries that protect everything from gun rights to the unborn are popping up across the country. They challenge federal law and the shared understanding of its power and role in the US.
From high staff turn-overs to filling the appeals tribunal with political allies, the Home Affairs department needs to clean its mess.
Asylum seekers are not permanent residents and have to pay full fees for university courses. Just as doctors led the campaign to get kids off Nauru, academics can advocate for access to education.
Only rarely are refugees’ and migrants’ words taken into account about the reception system in Europe. And what they tell us is frightening.
But out-of-date kit, lack of access to digital technologies and expensive mobile broadband packages can all act as barriers to being able to operate successfully in the digital world.
Some refugees have been waiting to be resettled for almost a decade, and their broken trust is visceral.
The US is violating its own law governing treatment of refugees.
The government would be willing to put a feast on the table to get a win on the medevac repeal, but this is a piece of legislation on which Lambie should not contemplate any deals.
More than two out of three displaced people are not refugees, but remain within their own country.
Of the original 31,000 refugees in the 'fast-track' visa caseload, nearly 8,200 are yet to have their applications processed. As a result, their lives remain in limbo.
The new Greek government is putting in place new measures to stop the flow of refugees crossing the Aegan Sea.
The Kindertransport saved thousands of Jewish children from the Nazis before World War II. But planned reforms to UK asylum policy are putting refugee children at risk.
The effects of climate change will disproportionately affect the world's poorest, risking the lives and health of millions of people located mainly in the Global South.
As the Sri Lankan Tamil family from Biloela prepares to learn their fate tomorrow, Scott Morrison and Peter Dutton can't avoid looking threadbare in terms of humanity.
Jordan has a huge number of Syrian refugees and since 2016 it has let them legally enter the workforce.
Incidents of violence and growing fear and uncertainty have pushed over 400 000 Burundians to seek refuge in neighbouring countries.
Australia has settled thousands of African refugees over the years yet fewer than one in ten go on to study in higher education.
Cameroon's English speaking people suffer gross marginalisation and are treated as second-class citizens by the Francophone government.
A ceasefire with the Taliban won't make it safe to send more refugees back to Afghanistan.
Young refugees are at high risk of being homeless in Australia. A five-year study has found re-establishing connections with their communities was the pathway out of homeless for most of them.