Citizens of some African nations enjoy similar travel rights to Europeans, while others fare little better than Syrian passport-holders.
A non-profit tech organization is reuniting refugee families across the world with missing loved ones.
Jonathan Hiskey explores the changing face of Latin American migration to the United States.
Scientists have charted landscapes to clarify when and how to implement “managed retreat,” in the face of extreme weather risks.
Those who believe that where their children are raised will affect their future earnings are right a study finds.
The 13 countries with the best quality education in the world, according to expats.
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Latin America’s migration crisis is less talked about than others, but it raises just as many challenges.
A New York artist, Kien Quan, is looking at the cultural contributions made by refugees.
New research suggests that immigration will drive growth in US working-age population through at least 2035.
Between an alpine retreat for the 'global elite' and makeshift Greek camps for the dispossessed, Peter Holmes a Court finds out how Europe is responding to the refugee crisis.
A look at the possible voting behaviour of Dutch voters with immigrant backgrounds.
Following the biggest influx of migrants since World War II, Europe is facing a big challenge integrating new arrivals.
There are as many as 800 languages spoken in New York City, and nowhere in the world has more than Queens, according to the Endangered Language Alliance.