Tents in a Rohingya refugee camp cluster on a muddy hillside in Bangladesh.
International law bars nations from causing environmental harms in other states. Should that include sending thousands of refugees over the border in search of food, water and shelter?
This excessive spending raises serious raise questions about the government's long-term planning for refugees stuck in limbo.
Group visits and food are prohibited, and visitors must sit in designated chairs apart from their loved ones. Celebrating holidays in detention didn't used to be like this.
Frontex officers at the Bulgarian-Turkey border. The agency is due to expand its staff to 10,000 by 2027.
UN and NGO reports of 'pushbacks' at borders suggest 2,000 deaths linked to actions supported by EU border agency Frontex, yet EU plans to greatly expand its powers.
Hailed as an Australian hero, Rosemary Kariuki works to connect refugee and migrant women through their strengths and joys — rather than treating them like 'problems' to be fixed.
Honduran and Cuban migrants cross the Rio Grande River on the U.S.-Mexico border, June 26, 2019.
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The dire conditions that brought waves of Cubans to the US in the 1980s and 1990s are again escalating on the communist island, provoked by Trump-era sanctions and the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the pandemic, pathways to permanent residence have been disrupted.
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The system turns employers into immigration enforcement officers and generates a population of people without status who live and work in Canada without a clear path to security of presence or livelihood.
Venezuelans wait at the Colombian border to be processed and housed in tents in 2020. All Venezuelans now in Colombia will receive a 10-year residency permit.
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Though not a rich country, Colombia is unusually well equipped to handle mass migration because of its own history with political strife and displacement.
Australia has a long history of incarceration of migrants, Indigenous people and those considered 'enemies' of the state. This has formed a 'template' for modern-day quarantine and detention policies.
The home secretary revealed plans to change many of the fundamental aspects of the UK’s asylum system this week.
The human rights act dictates that the UK is obliged to protect asylum seekers. So why is the home secretary ignoring it?
Detained refugees inside a compound at Darwin Airport where they have been held for a year while they wait for medical treatment.
Those who have been released have little financial or social support, confining them to lives of precarity, dependency and impoverishment in our community.
Nigerian security personnel inspect the site of a blast at Nyanya bus station in the outskirts of Abuja
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Due to the poor security response of the Nigerian state, insurgency will continue to pose a serious threat to its northeast border communities.
Migrants pray at a March 2 demonstration at San Ysidro crossing port in Tijuana, Mexico, to demand clearer U.S. migration policies.
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Research suggests that reminding Americans – Democrats and Republicans – of their family history creates empathy for immigrants and more favorable views toward immigration.
The first group of asylum-seekers allowed to cross from a migrant camp in Mexico into the United States following Biden’s repeal of the ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy arrives to Brownsville, Texas, Feb. 25, 2021.
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Luck and tenacity paid off for some 15,000 migrants who may now pursue their asylum cases in the US But nearly 42,000 cases filed from Mexico under a Trump-era rule were already rejected.
Refugees waiting in line to register for the Moira refugee camp in Greece that burned down in 2020.
As governments use the pandemic as an excuse to double-down on border closures, refugees are losing vital protection
A warehouse for flour preservation and distribution to refugees at a refugee camp in Ethiopia.
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Time in the camps does not move forward and educated refugees are stuck, without the opportunity to create a path for a better future.
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To make sure the COVID rollout is accessible to all people living in Australia, the government should consider a migrant amnesty.
Continued persecution in Myanmar and dire living condition in Bangladesh push Rohingya people to keep seeking refuge.
Migrants found off the coast near Dover being brought to safety on a royal lifeboat after hundreds attempted Channel crossings in August 2020.
For many fleeing their home countries, destinations in northern Europe were the ultimate goal. But what happened when they got there?
If history is any guide, the new US president’s forward-thinking approach toward refugee resettlement could help drive Australia’s commitments to refugee protection, too.