Has Europe forgotten its core values? A new report from the European Commission suggests so.
In the long term we need to shift away from the current system of ‘spontaneous’ asylum migration towards a comprehensive resettlement programme.
Ignoring a crisis and then demonizing its victims when they are forced to move is not a proper approach.
Kenya has said it will close the world’s largest and oldest refugee camp, leaving hundreds and thousands of people with nowhere to go.
With no end in sight, the refugee crisis is preventing some children from growing into healthy, productive adults.
Having become refugees, kids face tremendous challenges in completing their education. What are the barriers – and what can we do to help?
Diaspora communities are helping to boost economies in a number of ways, new research shows.
The refugee crisis and the wider migration debate are here to stay. We need to readjust our efforts to reflect that power on this issue is with the people.
A number of tech companies are offering their business strengths to support refugees and disaster victims.
Today, more than 60 million people have been forcibly displaced from their homes. This threatens the world’s population and prosperity in both the near- and long-term.
In Europe's biggest migrant camp, migrants, tired of waiting, are turning to business to survive.
This country has the most welcoming attitude to refugees, according to new research from Amnesty International.
Refugees contribute double the money countries spend on them – now we need to give them the opportunity to do it, a new report says.
Europe needs to understand the challenges it faces in order to resolve the refugee crisis, writes Ana Palacio.
A report outlines a proposal for one measure to help deal with the refugee crisis – EU refugee bonds.