Last year, we argued – against the conventional wisdom at the time – that the risk of a Leave victory in the UK referendum was substantial, fuelled in particular by widespread concerns ab...
Governments across the world are dealing with the impact of an expanding flow of displaced people. Living and working in Germany, I’ve seen this pressure first hand.
Norbert Winkeljohann looks at how Germany has integrated refugees, in particular the role of business.
Some of the West's most exciting developments in tech and science are being led by immigrants. How can we encourage greater collaboration between homegrown and immigrant minds?
This must be the year in which solutions to the global refugee crisis are not only discussed but implemented. Here are four key steps.
New research will change the way you understand migration, says Western Union CEO Hikmet Ersek.
Last year, key decision-makers met to find solutions to some of the most pressing humanitarian challenges. Now, at the beginning of 2017, we must redouble our efforts.
There is no shame in being a refugee, and we must stand together for peace, decency and dignity for all those fleeing persecution and violence, says Yusra Mardini.
Fewer new arrivals but more deaths, negative rhetoric but positive action – how has Europe's refugee crisis evolved since this time last year?
From ordinary Canadians supporting refugees to companies like LinkedIn helping with recruitment, we need more public-private partnerships on migration.
Islam has an image problem. We need to understand it, nurture it and help shield its young people from the grasp of extremist ideologues.
Guy Aitchison explores whether we have the right to cross borders.
Seismic changes, from the Brexit vote to the US election, challenged the status quo in 2016. What should we look out for in the next 12 months?
Research suggests that higher levels of education don’t necessarily mean higher levels of tolerance.
Maps can tell us a lot about people, as well as places.