South Africa and Nigeria need to lead policy debates on long term measures to address migration in Africa.
The volume of migration to the US from Mexico dropped 53% between 2003 and 2017.
How Australia treats migrants with health conditions and disabilities is discriminatory, obscure and unfair, as the UN will hear later this month.
Applying for British citizenship or settled status is a way for EU nationals to 'take back control' over their lives.
Incidents of violence and growing fear and uncertainty have pushed over 400 000 Burundians to seek refuge in neighbouring countries.
A complex set of factors influence how African footballers make financial decisions about the money they earn abroad.
Cameroon's English speaking people suffer gross marginalisation and are treated as second-class citizens by the Francophone government.
Hungry for dignity, migrants are resisting their cruel detention using the only tool left available to them.
The NATO-led military intervention in Libya has just fuelled more violence.
Associating all bridging visas with 'scammers' and 'illegal migrants' misses the bigger picture of the role bridging visas play in our changing immigration regime.
Rosselló's corruption is just the latest in a string of disasters for Puerto Ricans -- but it also created an opportunity for a stressed community to come together.
A resent research survey found assimilation can not only help migrants be happy in the short term, but it can help combat social isolation in their old age.
The flow of unaccompanied minors from Eritrea has become the subject of international concern.
Birds spend a lot of time and energy singing, but they don't do it the same way in every season of the year. And some can't sing at all. What's the purpose of birdsong?
Will Syrian religious extremists migrate to the West as refugees in need – and then do harm? A team of researchers surveyed Syrian refugees in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey to find out the answer.
Demographers have figured out a simple and effective way to estimate the number of unauthorized immigrants – even without information on citizenship.
Migration helped forge the very social, cultural and economic infrastructures that Britain now seeks to wall off from the rest of the world.
Deportees and other migrants return home wealthier, more educated and with more work experience than people who never left. This 'brain gain' benefits the whole community, financially and politically.
The U.S. will likely continue to threaten Mexico with trade tariffs due to Central American migrants, and Mexico will respond with more drastic, inhumane measures. None of it will stop migration.
New research found persistent differences between generations of people in the UK when it comes to their attitudes to immigration.