The shift from family migration towards skilled migrants changed settlement patterns in the first two decades of this century. But these skilled migrants still get paid less than non-migrants.
The US is home to more international migrants than any other country. But even though immigration is an actively debated topic, immigrants are poorly understood.
Saying the state upholds universal principles does not act as a safeguard against institutional discrimination and racism.
Managers can play a key role in helping refugee employees thrive in their new workplaces, instead of robbing them of their autonomy.
While Chinese American voters are not a homogeneous group, many people who have ancestral ties to the region are unlikely to question their support for Nancy Pelosi just because of her Taiwan trip.
Zemmour’s statements about universalism, assimilation and “separatism” have deep roots in the history of the French Republic.
Ernest Knocks Off was 18 when he arrived at the Carlisle boarding school in 1879. He was one of many young Native people who fought – in his case, to the death – to retain their language and culture.
A commitment to eliminating racism must be reflected in accountability mechanisms that focus on the impacts of coordinated and consistent anti-racist action.
US suburbs are rapidly diversifying, but students of color often face academic and social hurdles in suburban schools.
In Inner Mongolia, China’s new bilingual education policy comes at the expense of Mongolian language and culture.
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.
Local policies can help immigrants get settled, but there is no way to protect newcomers from national policies or politics.
A new survey of Canadian Jew suggests young adults are finding ways of remaining Jewish that are not principally religious.
There are several ways to deal with discrimination, from initiating national dialogues to training teachers to identify their own biases.
Ontario’s premier is drawing faulty parallels between Franco-Ontarians and Anglo-Quebecers when it comes to the services available to them in each province.
A sociologist interviewed hundreds of immigrants in New York, Barcelona and Paris. Here’s what they say those cities get right — and do wrong — when integrating foreign-born residents.
In a poisonous atmosphere of Islamophobia and xenophobia, Palestinian-Americans are finding ways to belong.
A leading Indigenous academic says too many Canadians take ugly pleasure in being ignorant about Indigenous issues. It’s time for some straight talk about Settlers with Opinions.
Whether it’s items in a shop, potential speed-dating matches or athletes competing one after another, the order in which they’re presented affects our judgments.