A new study shows how governments’ emergency aid response is influenced by the news media and politicians’ publicity concerns.
The European Union is attempting to portray eastern European countries as racists infringing upon the human rights of refugees. But it’s the EU itself that’s primarily to blame for the refugee crisis.
Trust and confidence-building are vital in divided nations where various and often antagonist constituencies are brought together.
Talk of sending people back distracts from the UK’s clear responsibilities towards anyone who attempts the crossing.
Images of individual refugees are rare in media, but are less likely to make viewers dehumanise them.
European leaders expressed solidarity with people trapped in Kabul with no reference to the people trapped in makeshift camps on its periphery.
The COVID-19 pandemic and a growing global refugee crisis have shone a light on the ever-increasing need for new approaches to mental health treatment.
As governments use the pandemic as an excuse to double-down on border closures, refugees are losing vital protection
At times of economic crisis, our feelings towards migrants can become hardened.
With normal routes disrupted by the pandemic, more people are driven to dangerous tactics.
The Canadian government should send a clear signal that it cares about constitutional and international law, heed a Federal Court ruling and take steps to immediately suspend the STCA.
Five years ago, communities in Italy and Greece volunteered to help migrants and refugees. Now that solidarity has disappeared. Why?
The 2015 reception crisis had a profound impact on civil society in Europe. A significant set of attitudes and practices emerged that give a sense of what political participation means today.
Wars play a central role in increasing numbers of refugees worldwide. Is it time to think about a “destruction tax”?
Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh have been stuck in makeshift camps for years. They are now being targeted by criminal gangs, alongside public health and well-being issues.
Populists didn’t do well enough in the EU’s recent elections to destroy Europe from within. But with far-right and far-left parties winning new seats, consensus on key issues looks ever less likely.
Sea levels could rise by two metres by 2100, sparking a refugee crisis unlike anything the world has ever seen.
Financial support for refugees is underpinned by conditions that can exclude those who want to live as independently as possible.
Immigration is seen as a global crisis, but the distribution of immigrants is anything but equal. Which countries have the most? Where they come from? Data provides some surprising answers.
Italy’s deputy prime minister remains immune from prosecution because his coalition partners, the Five Star Movement, let members vote online to uphold it.