Data from Oxford University shows UK asylum applications are proportionally lower than Cyprus, Luxembourg and Iceland.
Paulo Freire’s concept of “conscientization”, or critical consciousness, helps us better understand the lives of young Palestinians, particularly those living in Lebanese refugee camps.
Favourable public opinion helps create political will to increase resettlement and alleviate the global refugee crisis. A new tool could help build supportive social networks for refugees.
Priti Patel’s plan to process asylum seekers offshore is at odds with the UK’s responsibilities under international human rights conventions.
The porous borders of West Africa allow for the unregulated movement of thousands.
A new survey is the first in Australia to look at the residency and visa status of migrant and refugee women, and the first to ask specific questions about controlling behaviour.
Our research outlines some concrete steps businesses can take to boost employment of refugees. And there are strategic benefits business can reap along the way.
How do migrants to the UK explore and experience its natural environment – and how does it connect them to their roots?
World Refugee Day on June 20 is an opportunity for New Zealanders to reflect on what more could done to protect some of the world’s most vulnerable people.
The home affairs minister says Australia is exploring resettlement overseas for ‘broad cohorts’ of people. But such deals do not get Australia off the hook.
While this is a positive step, it still does not allow the Murugappan family to return to their home of Biloela in Queensland, and their situation still has some way to play out in the courts.
The Murugappans have been fighting to stay in Australia for years. All the while, Sri Lanka has one of the worst records of state-perpetrated violence against civilians in the early 21st century.
Comics about migrant experiences seek to expose personal perspectives about the global crisis of 80 million individuals and families forcibly displaced worldwide.
If the government is considering the release of the Biloela Tamil family, they may force the family to take a tortuous route rather than the simple one, writes Michelle Grattan
Climate migrants don’t fit neatly into the legal definitions of refugee or migrant, and that can leave them in limbo. The Biden administration is debating how to identify and help them.
Intervention in Cabo Delgado is a potentially dangerous move with far-reaching consequences for SADC if its efforts fail, or it becomes a protracted intervention.
Amid rising inequality and social tensions, measures must be taken to protect refugees from the backlash and help them settle instead
Joe Biden’s efforts to increase refugee resettlement could boost the number of stakeholders actively involved. But Canada’s experiences with private sponsorship contain lessons for the U.S.
Governments and agencies should prepare second chance opportunities for formal education as emergency situations may last for several years and create a backlog of education.
International law bars nations from causing environmental harms in other states. Should that include sending thousands of refugees over the border in search of food, water and shelter?