The author set out to understand how the faith of displaced LGBT people in South Africa has evolved over time, and how religion has shaped their experiences of displacement.
Trips to their home countries by migrant youth help them create and update their relationship with the countries their families come from.
Legislative reforms may be needed to help the adjustment and adaptation processes of migrants.
Given the impact of African players in European football, it’s remarkable how few are able to secure jobs in football in Europe after their playing days end.
Johannesburg is not the most anxious or dangerous city in the world, but its global reputation, history and architecture make it a valuable site for thinking about how anxiety structures our lives.
Many African parents push their children to go to university regardless of their preparedness or interest. But more find happiness and success in VET.
The hard lockdowns of whole blocks have been challenging for many residents due to their histories of trauma, their housing conditions and a lack of communication and understanding from authorities.
Migrants benefit from attachment experiences that help them form a sense of belonging, build resilience and negotiate their quality of life.
Whether in Melbourne or in Paris, African immigrants face social and cultural challenges, which public housing can either add to or help overcome.
Framing xenophobic violence as a question of immigrant victimisation invites divisions between neighbours.
Eritreans in Israel aren’t all fleeing persecution, but many have risked everything for a better life in Israel. Now they’re at risk of being ‘sold’ back to Africa.
The decision to repatriate migrants is a welcome intervention. But, it fails to consider the fundamental causes.
Must the aggressive, homogeneous global pattern of development take its course in Melbourne’s long-standing multicultural suburb of Footscray?
A deal to secure the southern Libyan border aims to stop migrants from attempting to cross the Mediterranean.
The western media’s focus on events at home like the US elections and the UK Brexit referendum has come at the expense of reporting on the famine that’s unfolding in Africa.
The Conversation asked two experts to look at the data.
Traditional economists cannot quantify or measure the effect of white male privilege in facilitating business dealings or obtaining employment in emerging market economies.
Europe has resorted to more severe measure to keep migrants out. But this is not sustainable. The root causes of migration need to be properly addressed.