Around 50 Holocaust survivors have been evacuated from Ukraine. Many are now in Germany, part of an official policy by the country to atone for its past.
With a huge influx of refugees to Ukraine's neighbours, it is more urgent than ever to begin understanding asylum-seekers' needs at each stage of their journey
Evacuees from Ukraine’s deadly war zones are mostly women and children, and their journeys have often been made on foot. Thankfully, they’re being welcomed.
As the conflict in Ukraine continues to intensify, Shabia Mantoo, from the UNHCR, talks about how the violence could result in up to 4 million refugees.
Fewer people moved out of cities in the United States in 2020 than in the period before the COVID-19 pandemic began, according to research.
A new study of European professional soccer teams explores whether immigrant players had an effect on performance - and what that might mean for the corporate world.
150 female migrants from Africa, Asia and the Middle East told researchers about the violence they face at home and on the journey to another country.
Climate migrants are increasing across the developing world as people struggle with droughts, heatwaves, storms on a scale never seen before.
Up to 32 million people in West Africa could be forced to move by the climate crisis. It's time for the rest of the world to act. Here's what has to happen.
Japan and Singapore have the world's most powerful passports, according to the Henley Passport Index, allowing them to enter 192 countries without a visa.
A new study in Australia has looked at the experiences of refugee and migrant women in regional Australia, as they shared their work in community art exhibitions.
The international community must work together to counter the economic, political and security implications created by this humanitarian disaster.
Hundreds of people die every year trying to cross the US southern border, and the tragedy unfolding there is just one aspect of a worsening global dilemma.
Irregular migration routes and irregular migration status are factors in vulnerability to trafficking, but migrants in regular situations can also fall victim.