In her new book, the author gives a blistering account of the horrifying North African refugee crisis.
The police response to an attempted intervention in an immigration raid in South East London has been labelled ‘brutality’ by campaigners.
With a new bill seeking to further criminalise asylum seekers, the work of a group of volunteers monitoring small boats in the English Channel is all the more vital.
It is morally reprehensible to have a conversation about climate justice without acknowledging the issues around race and migration, writes Yvonne Blake, the co-founder of MORE.
A deadly fire in a social housing block has exposed the French government’s total neglect of the country’s migrants.
Since Spring 2015, Jacob Ehrbahn has been documenting the worst refugee crisis in recent history. He is determined to make sure the issue, which is still devastating lives, does not fade from public attention.
In Tough, Journey of a Stateless Man and Calling Home, promising young filmmakers show three different sides of immigration around the world.
Amy Lineham gave 15 men living in a Paris migrant camp disposable cameras, what was captured shows the humanity of the people behind the label.
Cuban photojournalist Lisette Poole spent 48 days documenting the journey of two Cuban women migrating to the United States.
For refugees stuck in a state of flux in the Calais Jungle, stability and security were already hard to come by. Now impending eviction is only making life even harder.
Felipe Merida’s Latinos USA solo show celebrates the often-overlooked contribution of Latinos to American society.
The lack of government humanitarian support and incendiary media coverage has prompted ordinary people to go to Calais and help out any way they know how.