Our research shows the technology simply isn’t ready yet.
Interpreters and translators enjoy rock star status in some countries, why are they invisible in Australia?
Many displaced Syrians responded to harsh border controls by passing through permeable borders, using alternative routes and relying upon the use of smugglers and social networks.
Regularization programs that help refugees and migrants become permanent residents have tremendous positive outcomes for both migrants and society.
The prevailing narrative around migrant smuggling has clouded the public’s understanding of the issue by obfuscating the role smuggling plays in helping refugees gain asylum.
Tourism, when co-created with refugees and asylum-seekers, can be a powerful tool for dismantling anti-immigrant attitudes.
Migrant disappearances in Mexico have quadrupled. Here’s how Central American mothers searching for their disappeared children grieve and call out injustices in politically effective ways.
Lifting awards at film festivals is just the start of the journey for documentaries like The Last Shelter (Mali), No U-Turn (Nigeria) and No Simple Way Home (South Sudan).
The situation in refugee camps in Bangladesh may offer some lessons for communities hosting Ukrainian refugees.
Undocumented migrant workers use Photovoice to share their experience working and living in Greece.
South Africa does not put refugees in camps. So, the government is responsible for their protection and well-being. Its performance was hit-and-miss.
Richer nations are increasingly looking to offshore their immigration processing and further their own economic and political interests at the same time.
There is no evidence that international migrants are a major cause of unemployment in South Africa. Misinformation drives this misconception.
The choice of Rwanda has a logic about it. But it’s also controversial.
A new report on the ongoing impact of the pandemic on social service providers in Victoria found jobs and labour force participation are far from fully recovered.
Ending violence against foreigners can only happen by first recognising – and addressing – the hazards of South Africa’s crumbling system of indirect rule.
The European Union is once again faced with the danger of destabilization. Putin’s cyberwar on free societies using the migration crisis went well in 2015. He must not succeed now in Poland or beyond.
Europe’s need to support Ukrainian refugees could inhibit its ability to respond in Ukraine, allowing Vladimir Putin to consolidate his control of the Russian-speaking territories of Ukraine.
Unresolved historical injustices, deepened in new forms, undermined compliance with Ghana’s COVID lockdown.
As Canada welcomes refugees from Afghanistan, we must take a moment to learn from the past. Communities across Canada need to be asking how they can be supporting young refugees in their integration.