The question isn’t whether more migration will happen, but whether it will happen on terms that unleash the potential of those young people, or waste it.
A geography professor has turned census data into a dramatic visual depiction of US immigration.
Germany is circulating information to counter myths about what life in Europe is like for migrants and refugees.
The current rhetoric of a “refugee crisis” underscores, in reality, a lack of political will to protect refugees. This must change.
It is only by accepting the complex, muddled reality of migrant smuggling that we take the first step towards solving the issue.
Ageing populations will be a major challenge for the EU in the future.
Most of the world's migrants end up living in foreign cities. Here's how both cities and settlers can benefit, according to a new report.
Like it or not, mass movements of people are set to continue as social, economic and environmental changes sweep the planet. With the right strategy, their destination cities can turn a p...
With widespread concern about how to manage the consequences of India's rapid urbanization, it seems doubly foolish to overlook the cheap mobile workforce which is doing much of the heavy...
While the global population increases, these nations are shrinking rapidly.
When children are displaced, school is one of the first things to go. What can we do to provide refugees with the hope that comes from a good education?
Just 23% of refugee adolescents are enrolled in secondary school, compared to 84% globally. And as they get older, the obstacles increase.
Rather than acting as obstacles to the humane responses that many of their populations are showing, governments should support people in their efforts to open their communities to refugees.
This chart shows the actual and perceived number of immigrants in nine countries.
How has the debate around migration changed in the last 10 years and how will it continue to develop over the next decade? What are the new technologies impacting immigrants and refugees?