Refugee holding a mobile phone at a refugee accommodation centre in in Berlin, Germany, 2016.
Fears over the sinister side of artificial intelligence have become reality
Members of Anqa - a marketplace led by refugee business founders.
Refugee businesses provide opportunities for those who find that the doors to employment are often closed to them – even if they are well qualified.
Rohingya refugee camp, Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh, which currently hosts almost a million people.
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For these extremely vulnerable populations, the pandemic has added pressure to already strained living conditions and healing processes.
Syrian refugees play with their classmates in February 2016 at a Montréal school.
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Québec's partial suspension of refugee sponsorship by private organizations in the province highlights the challenges of Canada’s reliance on resettlement to welcome refugees.
Ethiopian refugees fleeing fighting in Tigray province queue to receive supplies at the Um Rakuba camp in Sudan’s eastern Gedaref province.
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The standoff between Abiy Ahmed and the armed forces in Tigray has already caused thousands to flee their homes.
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An algorithm driven world is dehumanising – but by understanding this we can call for a more equitable and human use of data.
Soldiers from the Mozambican army patrol the streets in Mocimboa da Praia following an attack by suspected Islamists in October 2018.
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The situation in Cabo Delgado is dire. The international community needs to act fast to contain it.
South African civil society organisations march against xenophobia in Johannesburg in 2019.
Radio and television were found to be potentially highly influential in promoting positive public attitudes towards immigrants.
Demonstrators at Philadelphia International Airport protest President Trump’s executive order clamping down on refugee admissions on Jan. 29, 2017.
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Refugees hinder the US economy, the Trump administration has said as it cuts refugee admissions to record lows. But data show that they boost economies, revive neighborhoods and expand tax bases.
Ibrahim Omer campaigning with Labour MP Chris Hipkins during NZ’s 2020 general election.
As the country's first ever African MP, and only the second refugee to win a seat, Ibrahim Omer is ideally placed to tackle the big problems facing immigrant communities.
Migrants try to get network on their phones in Algeciras, Spain.
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Smartphones supported migration flows by providing migrants with access to online information before and during travel and when they arrived at their destination country.
An undocumented immigrant who has lived in the U.S. for 28 years shows a picture of her grandchild and son, who was deported under Trump’s ‘zero tolerance’ policy in 2017.
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Trump made three anti-immigration pledges in 2016: ban Muslims, build a wall and enforce all immigration laws. Four years on, a migration scholar examines his record – and its effect on the country.
A Syrian refugee holds up a sign with a portrait of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, during a protest outside the headquarters of the United Nations refugee agency, UNHCR, demanding to be moved out of Lebanon, in September 2020.
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As countries around the world develop their own private sponsorship systems, they should acknowledge how elusive refugee status can be. Policy-makers should proceed accordingly.
Rohingya refugees wait during distribution of food items in 2017 in Bangladesh.
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A scholar who spent time in refugee camps argues that Bangladesh's culture as well as a painful history of a war in which 10 million sought refuge played a role in the country's opening up of its borders.
Erosion damage caused by Hurricane Hanna is seen along the Fisher border wall, a privately funded border fence, along the Rio Grande River near Mission, Texas, on July 30, 2020.
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As a zoonotic virus, COVID-19 is itself a symptom of human-influenced climate change. It is also indicative of the humanitarian impact of future environmental crises.
Asylum seekers carry their belongings, Lesbos, Greece, September 11 2020.
The pact is largely characterised by the continuation of older ideas, despite the change in tone.
Cash transfers allow refugees to buy goods from shops in the settlement.
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Unrestricted cash transfers bring huge benefits, but these may not be realised because they can also cause debts.
Many African parents push their children to go to university regardless of their preparedness or interest. But more find happiness and success in VET.
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Rocks exposes the realities of social care, where children feel left out of decisions that shape their lives.
Kyangwali Refugee Settlement and Reception Centre in Uganda.
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The country has been praised for the humane treatment of its vast refugee population. Now questions arise about how it can continue to do so without without assistance from aid workers.