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?
Even though it’s often a matter of life or death, the asylum process is often obstructed by bureaucratic hurdles.
The British legal system is skewing the odds against some of the most vulnerable refugees.
Dallas Rogers speaks with Shanthi Robertson and Ien Ang about the role migrants, refugees and the border will play in Australia during the Asian century.
The refugee crisis that just arrived in Europe has been affecting Turkey for more than four years.
The UK and France have come up with a solution to the migrant crisis – stick up another new barrier.
Ancient hospitality rituals could teach us a thing or two about how to respect the people arriving on our shores.
Italian PM blasts fellow EU leaders for spat over who takes in the desperate people arriving in his country every day.
With thousands dying in the Mediterranean, migrants and refugees have started coming to Europe by land. And countries in the East aren't happy.
Refugee Week is drawing to a close with little concrete progress. Can I at least get you to change your mind about this situation?
It's absurd that Europe continues to blame migrants seeking a better life for their own fate.
The UK is now a world leader on global gay rights – but when it comes to upholding them for asylum seekers, it's a very different matter.