Members of Preston’s Caribbean community describe their experiences as migrants arriving and putting down deep roots in this provincial town.
A fire killed 38 migrants in a Mexico detention facility in March 2023. A sociologist’s conversations with migrants show that they had a common response to this news – a deep sense of grief.
Despite denunciations of discrimination against French-speaking students who want to settle in Canada, particularly Africans, the federal government does not seem to want to act.
Canada is counting on immigrants to drive economic growth. Smaller urban communities can help take pressure off Canada’s most heavily populated regions by attracting and retaining newcomers.
Problems in finding suitable housing will make it even more difficult for migrants to integrate successfully in Australian society.
As governments crack down at their borders, religious groups’ teachings to help the stranger remain unchanged.
US immigration policies have not deterred migration, but they have made the process longer and more difficult for migrants.
The emergency status allowed the federal government to cut through a mountain of red tape, with the goal of responding to the pandemic more efficiently.
Our study of food delivery workers in one English city highlights the daily challenges facing undocumented migrants in this sector.
Why are governments so rarely seen as being responsible for creating the conditions that allow asylum seeker tragedies to occur?
Albania has a falling birthrate and few jobs for young people.
The European court has ruled that interim measures are legally binding under international law.
Latino youths often feel more at home in after-school programs and in the community than they do in school. A sociologist explores why.
The inquiry warns that given the international competition for highly skilled migrants, ‘Australia risks falling behind’.
The recent deaths of migrants trying to cross the Canada-U.S. border through Indigenous territory highlight the history of colonial dispossession that the border represents.
The immigration minister still retains ‘god-like’ powers in visa matters, but the ruling is at least an opportunity to make the process clearer, fairer and more transparent.
Arab American Heritage Month is becoming more well-known, but the simple words ‘Arab American’ encompass a wide array of religious and ethnic groups.
Here’s why the newly amended Safe Third Country Agreement will inevitably lead to more deaths for migrants in hazardous conditions in both official and non-official migration pathways.
During lockdowns renters ‘voted with removalists vans’, moving out of share houses and in with each other.
We wanted to examine not only the experiences that drove asylum seekers to the UK, but also the psychological effects of their experiences in the asylum system.