The biggest misconceptions and myths about refugees and the refugee crisis
A Pew Research Center study on most attitudes towards refugees reveals a more positive sentiment.
From promoting business decarbonization to helping refugees, here are some altruistic paths to start out on for World Humanitarian Day.
The workforce among G20 countries is shrinking - and the solution could lie in the world's increasing number of refugees. Last year, the Forum of Young Global Leaders sent a delegation to...
With the average temperature projected to increase by up to 4 degrees Celsius each year in the coming century, the change is expected to affect migration patterns significantly.
The Latin American capital offers tolerance and freedom to migrants fleeing persecution for their sexuality in other parts of the country, following the reignited tension between Mexico a...
Today's disorderly migration requires an alternative approach to make the process better for migrants and the people of the countries they end up in, writes the Foreign Secretary of Bangl...
Globally, 92,000 refugees were resettled in 2018, with 28,000 of these refugees resettling in Canada and only 23,000 in the US, a figure which was down from 33,000 in 2017.
20 June marks World Refugee Day. The UN’s latest Global Trends report, Forced Displacement, reveals some surprising facts about the world’s displaced people.
Ahead of World Refugee Day, the time has come to recognize climate change related migration
The scale of a humanitarian crisis is often expressed in statistics, but it is better measured in the lives and fates of real people.
There's big money to be made smuggling desperate people into the US from Mexico, not only for smugglers, but also corrupt police and border guards.
Historically, the United States has resettled more refugees than any other country. Now, that’s all changing.
Undocumented immigrants in the US are increasingly likely to be college-educated, according to a recent study by Pew Research Center.
Lack of drinking water plays a much larger role in migration than most people realize. But thanks to new tech, humanity is on the brink of overcoming the shortfall in potable H2O for good.