How useful can new migrants be to corporations hoping to grow?
The violence in Cologne over New Year's Eve has undermined the "culture of welcome" so dear to Chancellor Angela Merkel. A European response is all the more urgent to face the populist threat.
Women are more likely to claim in-work benefits so they're more likely to have their movement restricted by the UK's EU renegotiation.
David Cameron hopes to please eurosceptics by applying a mechanism to suspend welfare payments to EU migrants. Here's how it works.
In contrast to what we have been taught - or teach our students - we are living in an increasingly hybrid world.
People crossing the famous bridge from Denmark can expect to have their papers checked in a landmark change to border policy.
Migration is an important issue but not one that can be 'solved' through climate policy.
The story of German migration to South Australia can highlight the experience of diverse communities, and what can happen to them in a time of serious conflict.
A new survey shows that many Pacific islanders are considering migrating to escape climate change. It's time for new international rules to manage the flow.
We don't really know how much international migration will be prompted by climate change. But everyone agrees the issue is big - perhaps too big to resolve at the Paris talks.
Do terrorists linked to Daesh slip into the groups of migrants streaming toward Europe? Our response to the Paris attacks and any potential manipulations shouldn't fall on refugees' heads.
With vast numbers of people migrating around the world, understanding how racial tolerance is created – and encouraging more of it – is more important than ever.
A Productivity Commission report has called for more effective regulation to minimise the exploitation faced by temporary migrant workers.
The Malta summit between the EU and Africa solves the symptoms of migration but fails to tackle the causes.
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.
A €1.8bn trust fund is on offer if only African countries will take the problem away.
Most evidence shows that climate change is caused by humans and immigration is good for the economy. So why do many of us reject these notions anyway?
Why are some southern right whale populations not recovering as fast as we hoped? The answer may be in their migrations.
The influence of British immigrants to the United States shows us that migrants have long been city-makers.
Much of what we know about these elusive eels' life cycle has been based on circumstantial evidence. Now for the first time, scientists tracked an adult eel to its distant spawning ground.