US elections surfaced fears of Mexicans crossing into the US. But their numbers are actually in decline. Why are they choosing to stay in Mexico? Two migration experts went there to find out.
Europe has resorted to more severe measure to keep migrants out. But this is not sustainable. The root causes of migration need to be properly addressed.
Job prospects are not good for newly arrived refugees in Sweden. But better integration programmes will help.
Vast numbers of people who migrate in search of a better life end up living in marginal conditions that put their health at risk. But individual lifestyle is also an important factor.
Smugglers who transport migrants and refugees into the EU are both heroes and villains.
How can we possibly know how many millions of people are living in the U.S. illegally? Demographers have actually refined a simple formula that's worked pretty well since the 1970s.
Fleeing from persecution is not the only reason migrants leave their home countries.
Spending more on border control hasn't stopped migrants from crossing the border. Neither will a wall. Here's why.
The French and British governments have prioritised security over humanity for refugees in the Calais Jungle.
Scepticism beats back humanitarian response to unaccompanied minors arriving from Calais Jungle.
An academic explains what it has been like running a storytelling course for migrants and refugees in the Calais camp.
Few Colombians who have been displaced by violence voted on the peace deal from abroad. An expert in conflict resolution explains why their voices must be part of the peace process.
There is precedent for mass rehoming: just look at what happened to the Ugandan Asian population.
The U.N. and other leaders met to discuss coordinating an international response to unprecedented numbers of refugees and migrants. Two migration experts examine issues the summits left unresolved.
In an increasingly mobile society and economy, the international governance of migrant labour lags way behind the forces of globalisation.
South Sudanese living in the ACT are facing racism when job seeking and can't get employment in roles for which they have professional qualifications.
The US has met its goal for resettling Syrian refugees in 2016, and will aim to take in 110,000 more in 2017. A migration expert examines whether fears of their arrival are well founded.
Getting assistance to populations in need demands new ways of doing development that are smarter, faster and more efficient.
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?
While 60-77% of migrants of African origin and 59% of Indigenous Australians report experience of discrimination in the Scanlon Foundation survey of Australian attitudes, optimism endures.