10,000 children, from mostly Jewish families, were saved from the Nazis by the Kindertransport visa-waiver scheme, which started in 1938.
The government of Rwanda must commit to eliminating the forced return of refugees and asylum seekers.
The White Paper’s proposals are vague and seek to solve problems that are not about immigration.
When people find themselves displaced from their homes, finding or creating beauty can be just as vital as food, water and shelter − and serves as a form of resistance and resilience.
The Welsh government has taken steps to ensure that the Welsh language plays a more prominent role in welcoming refugees and migrants.
The overturning of almost 20 years of legal precedent allowing indefinite detention is a watershed moment. But stateless people in Australia have few rights and little say over their futures.
Elon Musk’s visit to the U.S.-Mexico border played into false tropes that paint asylum seekers as dangerous criminals.
Canada has cultivated a reputation for being welcoming toward refugees. However, a new pilot program risks jeopardizing that reputation by making asylum seekers prove their economic worth.
Amid their enduring statelessness and the ongoing risk of ethnic cleansing, Palestinian refugees must be protected under the provisions of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
Migrants who cross the treacherous Darien Gap between Panama and Colombia often experience violence and abuse, extortion or detention by migration authorities.
Egypt performs a balancing act in managing relations with Israel and Palestine.
What are the broader implications of Azerbaijan’s recapture of Nagorno-Karabakh in terms of peace and security in the South Caucasus?
Eleven years is far too long for a final decision on asylum claims. The government’s vision is for a new system that will be both faster and fairer.
The numbers on how many asylum seekers the UK accepts.
The 1951 convention underpins the human rights of people around the world.
From the war in Ukraine and China’s role in the Pacific, to multi-billion-dollar military decisions, New Zealand will face huge challenges during the next term of government.
Without refugee status people aren’t able to receive valuable support, like the right to live and work in a country.
The things that people are able to bring with them often take on a heightened significance, reflective of both their old and new lives.
Research shows that despite Indonesia progress in providing education access for refugee children, the pandemic has made several barriers for the implementation.
Canada has taken positive steps in recognizing and supporting LGBTQ+ communities. However, that support does not always extend to people seeking asylum.