With migrant remittances and employment devastated by COVID, migrant workers need greater economic and social protections. Here's how governments can help.
By 2060 the American Asian population is projected to reach 46 million becoming the largest immigrant group in the United States, surpassing Hispanics.
The ability to gather, process and analyse large amounts of data from a variety of print and online sources is increasingly important – now more so than ever during the pandemic.
Tareq Alaows, a Syrian refugee, hopes to make history by becoming the first refugee elected into Germany's federal parliament in September.
In a joint statement with UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Colombia's President announced it will give temporary protective legal status to Venezuelan migrants.
While African and European states struggle to find common ground in response to COVID-19, the continents' cities are working together to build back better
With millions of migrant workers in India losing their jobs due to strict coronavirus lockdowns, many have turned to online training courses for reskilling opportunities.
The pandemic hasn't paused the global displacement crisis, with Turkey now hosting more than 3.5 million refugees, according to UN data.
Refugee camps represent a largely untapped market for energy suppliers. Here's a guide to how the private sector can help to meet this growing demand.
Immigrants and ex-pats make up a large proportion of the laureates in physics, chemistry, medicine and economics Nobel prizes.
7 European countries were ranked the least accepting of migrants, while the sharpest downturns in public opinion came in Peru, Ecuador and Colombia.
From erratic rainfall to severe droughts, global warming is increasing competition for water around the world, with water-related conflicts on the rise.
Around the world, refugees have been determined to ensure their education is not held up by COVID-19. Here are 4 ways students have kept their schools open.
The pandemic has shown that when people can make use of their skills to find new ways to support themselves, the whole community benefits.
According to Pew Research Center, more than 40 million people living in the U.S. were born in another country, accounting for about one-fifth of the world’s migrants.