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.
‘Brexodus’ ramping up
Net migration to the UK from EU countries has reached a six-year low as the so-called ‘Brexodus’ continues to kick...Read More
Is Facebook fueling racist violence?
New research has linked Facebook to violence against refugees in Germany. The study found that spikes in anti-refugee posts...Read More
New films describe experiences of asylum seekers in Indonesia
Two new compelling and insightful films highlight the resilience, hopes, dreams and experiences of the 14,000 asylum...Read More
Minority groups finding harder to secure jobs – research
Migrants, refugees, indigenous Australians and the disabled are among minority groups facing extra challenges and barriers...Read More