An estimated 258 million people currently live in a country other than that of their birth, a figure that is up from 173 million in 2000, and 102 million in 1980, according to the latest world snapshot of migration data.
The Rohingya crisis – a year on
A year after their exodus from horrific violence in Burma’s Rakhine State almost a million Rohingya people are living...Read More
Asylum seekers in Germany find work in droves
More than 30,000 asylum seekers have now found jobs in Germany according to new data released by the nation’s labour...Read More
Victoria growing increasingly diverse – ABS snapshot
A picture of Victoria’s vibrant cultural diversity has emerged from an analysis of census data released by the Australia...Read More
South Sudan’s peace deal – what does it really mean?
The civil war in South Sudan has killed tens of thousands of people and forced more than 4.5 million people...Read More