Integration is the delicate, critical transition of the migrant from outsider to insider. It's hard to measure, and even harder to discuss, debate and agree on.
Contrary to the right of asylum, refugee resettlement is not codified in international law. What steps should we take to better protect some of the world's most vulnerable people?
When Women for Women International and Gender Action for Peace and Security approached the Centre for Women, Peace and Security regarding a research project on the impact of conflict-rela...
A new way of looking at Europe's emerging 'border zones'.
Around the world, cities are teaching countries how best to adapt and succeed against the rising tide of vulnerable refugees.
For every city that offers sanctuary, there's another slamming the door on housing and employment for refugees. One thing is clear: the migration argument will play out on urban streets.
21.8% of the US population speaks a foreign language at home.
A new survey from Pew shows the scope of European support for refugees.
Gordon Brown, former UK Prime Minister, looks at the challenges facing refugees in just one camp in Greece.
There are at least two reasons why developing countries can no longer rely on a linear path of economic catch-up.
From supporting self-employment to providing future-proof training, here are some lessons learned on the ground in Jordan, at the forefront of the refugee crisis
There is growing evidence that possibly hundreds of thousands of Central Americans have experienced forced internal displacement within their countries of origin before they emigrate.
A new report from UNHCR shows that four million displaced children are going without an education.
More than 7% of the total population have left Venezuela since 2014.
The sheer size of the human population, combined with how we consume resources, is profoundly reshaping our world.