Six countries account for half of the EU migrants to the UK – but they're not all from eastern Europe.
Bird feathers can tell us a lot about their owners and the places they visit.
Reforms to where in Europe people in need of protection can claim asylum do not go far enough.
Migrant children may feel uncomfortable or shy trying to verbally explain their experiences. Photography is a powerful medium through which to make their voices heard.
Research with migrants suggests Europe has misunderstood what drives them to make perilous sea crossings – and what would stop them trying.
There is every sign the underlying causes of forced migration – war, repression, ethnic conflict, climate change displacement and rampant human trafficking – will continue.
If passed, a new migration bill could mean that a person at risk of torture from the Syrian government would have to prove that they could not have gone to a part of Syria controlled by Islamic State.
The Archbishop of Cantebury says it's outrageous to label all those who question immigration as racists.
How EU leaders have sidestepped the UN Refugee Convention to make a very difficult problem disappear.
In-depth research with refugees and migrants reveals that deterrent measures will not solve the crisis.
Australian citizens make up one of the largest groups entering the UK each year for work or study. But this could change as Australians get swept up in Britain's efforts to reduce net migration.
Anti-migrant rhetoric is running high in the US – but its star proponent would do well to think about his German roots.
This is what could cause the collapse of the EU – and what could save it.
Despite its apparently anti-immigration political rhetoric, Denmark remains mainly tolerant of migrants.
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.