Pope Francis said a resurgence of nationalism threatens the most vulnerable in his annual 'state of the world' speech.
Researchers used census data to estimate the total number of immigrants arriving each decade, to create this unique visualization.
Researchers have developed a new method of measuring migration flows and believe previous estimates could be out by millions - but partly because it shows many migrants return home.
Syrian refugees need more than humanitarian assistance in host countries. They need the self-sufficiency, dignity, opportunities, and hope that come from jobs
In many cases, a person's status may change without them knowing, and they can even be an illegal immigrant in their own home country.
Lowering the cost of sending money back home and educating migrants about their financial options are crucial steps in improving schooling in the developing world.
People’s desire to migrate to another country increased between 2015 and 2017, according to a recent Gallup poll which identifies the nations with largest share of citizens wanting to mov...
Far-right activists are using social media to set the migration agenda, based on fear and lies, in a quest for power. It’s time to focus our collective efforts and minimize their impact.
Just 14% of people surveyed said their countries should allow more immigrants, while many are also worried about people leaving their country for jobs abroad.
Populist arguments that migrants pose a health risk and a burden to health systems are myths used to drive anti-immigrant sentiment, according to a new study.
Canada relies on immigrants to boost its economy - and has revealed new, higher targets for immigration over the coming three years.
The comics tell the stories of some of the 65 million people caught up in a global refugee crisis.
Ghana's 14,000 refugees have the same legal rights as ordinary citizens - they can live, work and own property. It's the perfect place to trial economic and social integration solutions f...
Yuval Harari's new book "21 Lessons for the 21st Century" has been chosen as the World Economic Forum's Book Club book for November.
Companies started by immigrants grow faster and survive longer than those started by native-born entrepreneurs, according to a US study.