The Bible is full of stories about migrants. That doesn’t mean it has a simple takeaway message about them.
By adopting aspects of the expressive arts in the classroom, teachers may help children discover a healing narrative.
Managers can play a key role in helping refugee employees thrive in their new workplaces, instead of robbing them of their autonomy.
One woman has used her academic research and personal experience to explore the idea of ‘acceptable’ and ‘undeserving’ refugees.
Canada is connected to the Democratic Republic of Congo through the global economy, international peacekeeping efforts and migration. We must not ignore violence because it’s far away.
It’s not just Ukrainians. In 2021, nearly 90 million people were forced to flee their homes.
The continuing precarity and vulnerability to violence has long term consequences for these women’s health and well-being.
An anthropologist explains how years of conflict have made Ukrainians reassess their priorities and relationships.
A scholar of humanitarianism sums up what she saw on the ground during a five-week research trip to Poznań, Lublin, Warsaw, Krakow and several smaller cities along the Poland-Ukraine border.
Many displaced Syrians responded to harsh border controls by passing through permeable borders, using alternative routes and relying upon the use of smugglers and social networks.
Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia are caught in a conflict in a country that was supposed to provide them refuge.
The re-introduction of an immigration detention bill could bring Australia into compliance with international human rights law.
Refugees from non-English speaking backgrounds with disabilities face the twin obstacles of English language courses that don’t work for them and disability services that don’t speak their language.
Australia’s offshore detention policies have helped to produce indifference to the suffering of refugees. Pushing refugees out of sight, and out of mind, has now placed them beyond moral concern.
The prevailing narrative around migrant smuggling has clouded the public’s understanding of the issue by obfuscating the role smuggling plays in helping refugees gain asylum.
Our study found that overall, most people just aren’t motivated to take political action against Australia’s refugee policies – even if they strongly dislike them.
Stigma and discrimination can be upsetting to talk about and hard to describe. Creative activities can help to bring these experiences to light.
Most refugees rarely gain citizenship in host countries and the work that is available to them is informal, irregular and precarious.
A heartening 70% of British voters want to allow Ukrainians into the UK but only 50% feel the same way about Afghans. And the difference is even starker among those who vote Conservative.
Canadian refugee and immigration policy often leads with the head and the heart — and that works.