Category: Immigration

The secret garden: greening refugee camps

By Myriam Fayad Food and nutrition security are about the right for everybody to access nutritious, affordable and sufficient food. Even though undernutrition globally...
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I am not who you think I am

Rabia Nasimi explores the recent hardening of attitudes towards refugees and challenges preconceived ideas about why refugees come to the UK
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Calais: aid in the digital age

With the closure of the Calais refugee camp imminent, Megan Kilmister writes about an innovative campaign helping bring aid into the digital age by...

Migration: brain drain

The loss of skilled and educated individuals can slow a country’s progress and is especially damaging to the developing world. Sammy Fookes explores the...

The inefficient border industry

Recently, there has been a resurgence in the building of borders between countries. Carlos Arturo Aguilar questions the efficiency and effectiveness of this new industry....