Charlotte Lindsey-Curtet from the International Committee of the Red Cross looks at the evolving relationship between business and humanitarians.
Last year saw the largest influx of migrants into Europe since the collapse of the Iron Curtain. Which countries have been most welcoming?
HSBC's latest ranking of the best economies for expats.
Jan O Karlsson, the former Swedish minister for Migration and Development, passed away this week.
The Book of Sir Thomas More was banned by Queen Elizabeth's censor, but a speech from the play is being used to support refugees today.
Will rich countries will honour President Obama’s pledge to resettle more refugees?
Two members of the UN Foundation’s Global Entrepreneurs Council visited Jordan's biggest refugee camp expecting scenes of despair. What they found was innovation and enterprise.
Infrastructure can become strained as refugees stay in temporary camps for extended periods of time. Refugee charter cities are a possible solution.
Peter Sutherland explores the role of the private sector in responding to the refugee crisis.
This video featuring Cate Blanchett and Kit Harington highlights what refugees take with them when they flee their homes.
The number of child refugees has grown nearly 80% in just 5 years, according to a new report by Unicef.
Of the 16.1 million refugees under the protection of the UNHCR, over half come from Syria, Afghanistan and Somalia.
In developed countries around the world, people think immigrant populations are much larger than they actually are.
Here's why the EU principle of free movement of people is a key issue.
If municipal authorities were empowered to play a more active role in crafting immigration policies, everyone would benefit, writes Peter Sutherland.