These columns demonstrate that Noni Jabavu’s concerns from 1970s are still relevant today.
Urban spaces are a repository of people’s beliefs, memories and collective conscience.
The U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in 2003 led to civilian death and displacement. Twenty years later, Iraqis are telling their stories of conflict and trauma as they move towards healing.
The insecurity in the area has serious implications for development and the well-being of people, especially young people.
A longtime critic of Atlanta’s BeltLine explains how the popular network of parks has increased inequality in the city and driven out lower-income residents.
There are a range of new flashpoints and ongoing deadly conflicts the world has largely ignored due to the focus on Ukraine.
Geographic, cultural and political identity are all part of being Indigenous.
Millions of Africans could be uprooted or trapped where they are through climate-induced displacement and migration.
Experts share their insights into Nigeria’s flooding challenge and steps needed to alleviate their worst effects.
An anthropologist explains how years of conflict have made Ukrainians reassess their priorities and relationships.
Putin has a history of forcing civilians to migrate during a conflict, part of a broader strategy to overwhelm other countries with new refugees and destabilize their economies.
Even once the war in Ukraine ends, the millions of people who fled from their homes might not be quick to return. The faster the war ends, the more likely it is they will go back.
While climate migration may be on the rise in Canada, it has been disproportionately impacting Indigenous people and communities for years.
The cost of the Olympics is often justififed by the investment and regeneration hosting brings about. Local residents, though, rarely benefit
Even if every human being on Earth went for a dip in the ocean at the same time, they’d be just a drop in the bucket compared to the size of the planet’s seas.
Attempts to formalise charcoal production have been largely unsuccessful.
The redevelopment of public housing and the introduction of private accommodation can leave the original tenants feeling worried they’ll be living in a neighbourhood they hardly recognise.
Suspending homeless camp evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic is a start, but it is not enough. The problem is failed housing policies, not the pandemic.
Hip food offerings can signal that a neighborhood is gentrifying – especially when they repackage traditional foods for wealthy white eaters.
Just 1% of refugees in the world are able to continue education beyond secondary school.