The migratory crisis in Lampedusa prompts us to look beyond the media frenzy and reflect on the real causes and consequences of what is happening on the island.
The Nixon review has made 30 recommendations to improve Australia’s visa system. The government has pledged to act to improve compliance resources, in particular.
The book makes invaluable contributions to subjects of race, identity and belonging and how they shape human interrelations.
The 1951 convention underpins the human rights of people around the world.
Monitoring and protecting the Kasanka bat colony helps protect bats from the entire sub-continent, and thus supports ecosystem services in a wide area.
God Forgets About the Poor is one part family saga, one part autofiction, one part Proustian journey through memory.
Marine heatwaves aren’t just on the surface. They can be at their most destructive when they sweep along the seafloor.
International career mobility can give people valuable knowledge and expertise to be used in their home country.
Research explains how asylum seekers choose their destination country.
Exploring the potential intersections between climate change and violence against children is crucial.
Parents wanting to migrate to Australia to join their children face ludicrous delays, and if opting for a paid contributory visa, exorbitant fees.
On the positive side, good progress has been made on gender equality and fewer people are dying of unnatural causes.
Semi-carceral facilities accommodating irregular migrants are designed to be hostile spaces that expose people to substandard conditions and keep them on the move, detached from wider society.
Immigration policy is so highly politicised that the South African government seems afraid to move.
Migration arrangements like the Rwanda plan have existed for well over a century.
What makes a city workable to many people is access to informal labour markets, cheap travel options, flexible housing and rental arrangements.
Why your understanding of who migrates (and why) might be wrong.
Our research shows why Indonesians are using ‘return smugglers’ to get home from Malaysia.
Facing incentives to leave and high unemployment at home, Albania’s young people are migrating in large numbers.
More than 11 million migrants who lack papers live in the United States, and many of them are ineligible for health coverage.