Refugee law puts humanitarianism above considerations of state sovereignty.
LGBTI refugees from other countries expect Kenya to be safer but are quickly disillusioned.
South Africa does not put refugees in camps. So, the government is responsible for their protection and well-being. Its performance was hit-and-miss.
Offshore processing is a failed policy that continues to haemorrhage cash, destroy lives and erode the international system for refugee protection.
The European response to Ukrainian refugees shows a system working mostly as it should, but some people are still left behind.
Our “Self-Reliance Index” helps organisations and governments assess how their programmes are doing in helping refugees to become self-reliant.
The U.S. military collected biometric data on Afghan civilians. The information may have fallen into the hands of the Taliban, highlighting why collecting the data is too risky in the first place.
Since the 1970s, Australian immigration policy has changed dramatically, meaning Afghan refugees face far greater hurdles than those who fled Saigon after the Vietnam War.
World Refugee Day on June 20 is an opportunity for New Zealanders to reflect on what more could done to protect some of the world’s most vulnerable people.
The new EU regulation is about to change the way we do artificial intelligence. The United Nations needs to follow suit.
Time in the camps does not move forward and educated refugees are stuck, without the opportunity to create a path for a better future.
The standoff between Abiy Ahmed and the armed forces in Tigray has already caused thousands to flee their homes.
The country has been praised for the humane treatment of its vast refugee population. Now questions arise about how it can continue to do so without without assistance from aid workers.
Official policies at the international level and within host countries do not adequately address the challenges posed by forced displacement across the world
Based on how other diseases have moved through refugee camps, there is an urgent need to protect refugees in camps and informal settlements from COVID-19.
The policy and law applying to refugees and asylum seekers in South Africa is largely progressive. But, in practice, they continue to endure hardship and unfair treatment by officials.
From getting schooling for their children through an app in the wrong language to trouble finding gloves and masks, refugees across the globe face different challenges in dealing with the coronavirus.
The only centre for LGBTQ+ refugees in Latin America is overwhelmed by demand and is struggling to take in refugees from Venezuela.
Many African countries host large numbers of asylum seekers. But should they be held in camps, or be allowed to integrate into cities?
Some refugees have been waiting to be resettled for almost a decade, and their broken trust is visceral.