It has long been argued that with climate change will come mass immigration from developing countries, worst hit by droughts, flooding and other natural disasters, to developed ones. I interviewed Dr Hein de Haas of Oxford’s Migration Observatory on the real causes of immigration, and why the idea that North America and Europe are the top destinations for migrants is a myth.
Is your identity defined by your passport? We interviewed Lizzy Turner who feels in limbo between her Belgian and British identities.
A summary and the highlights of today’s summit via Storify https://storify.com/LondonMigrants/mrnsummit-highlights
We’ve found and mapped 70 community-based organisations dedicated to assisting migrants old and new.
Vron Ware talks about her new book, which explores the peculiar role of military migrants who are lauded as heroes yet stigmatised as immigrants and foreigners.
By Keval Dhokia In a frank interview on BBC’s Newsnight last Monday Victor Ponta, the Romanian Prime Minister, acknowledged that he was: “very aware that Romanian citizens committed crime (in […]
The coalition government has committed itself to ending the immigration detention of children. But the number of children entering immigration detention centres in February 2013 has only marginally decreased since […]
Follow our liveblog, which will chart todays many debates, and provide background information, on prospective Romanian and Bulgarian immigration covering everything from the BBC polls, to Westminster Hall and Twitter.
There are some great migrant blogs out there but they’re not always easy to find. So, for those on the hunt for migrant voices, someone to explain new immigration policy, or just an interesting take on global migration, here are some of our favourites…
In the wake of this week’s events in Boston, we’ve created a storify explanation of how the bombings – and the role of the Tsarnaev brothers, as Chechen immigrants – has affected the immigration debate in the U.S.