The government’s Rwanda deal is just the latest example of the Tories’ contempt for asylum seekers and must be resisted, writes Nadia Whittome MP.
Priti Patel’s new Immigration Bill will resemble the worst part’s of Australia policy, inflicting the same suffering, merely under a Union Jack.
A new exhibition brings together the work of three artists navigating contemporary life in the US, raising pertinent questions about identity, place, migration and immigration.
With millions of people forced to flee their homes, images of refugees have become sadly too familiar. But is any of it truly cutting through?
To mark the it‘s UK release, we speak to filmmaker Mati Diop about her haunting debut – a story about uprooting, told from the perspective of the people left behind.
With migration once more on the political agenda this election, Minnie Rahman explains why Labour must support freedom of movement.
Since Christmas Day, 100 people have crossed the English Channel seeking refuge and asylum in what is being called a ‘major’ national crisis.
Venezuela's crisis has changed the lives of its youth forever. But whether they choose to leave or stay put, the scope of their ambition remains the same – no matter how tough things get.
Journalist Hsiao-Hung Paii journeys to Corleone, Sicily, where the mafia and Catholic church have discovered how to profit from African refugees.
Lisette Poole spent 51 days documenting two Cuban women's migration to the US, travelling illegally through 11 countries via smugglers and roadless jungles.
Skateboarding and circus take centre stage at Khora, a horizontally-organised refugee community centre in Athens, which is celebrating its first birthday.
Up to a thousand protestors descended on Yarl's Wood Detention Centre on Saturday to demand the closure of prisons that lock up asylum seekers indefinitely.