Opinion

The women who fear saying #MeToo

The global conversation on sexual harassment and gender violence should include undocumented women, too.

Michele LeVoy

by Michele LeVoy

Michele LeVoy

Immigration

'Shocking': US ends protected status for Nicaraguans

Monday's announcement affects 2,500 Nicaraguans, but grants temporary reprieve to Hondurans who fear they will be next.

US ends protected immigration status for Nicaraguans

Immigration

Trump's call to end visa lottery is 'vast overreaction'

Legal experts and rights groups argue Trump's call to 'terminate' programme after Tuesday's attack is an 'overreaction'.

Groups slam Trump's call to end Diversity Visa Program

Opinion

When immigrants to America were white

Before white settlers racialised the notions of citizenship and immigration, America was a more equal and fair place.

Alaina E Roberts

by Alaina E Roberts

Alaina E Roberts

US-Mexico border

Mexico cartels recruit children to smuggle people to US

With less of a risk of being detained, gang leaders are using minors to act as guides in the people smuggling trade.

United Kingdom

UK makes checking hospital patients' immigration status mandatory

The United Kingdom is making it mandatory for doctors to check patients' immigration status before offering them free healthcare.

Immigration

What is DACA and who are the US 'Dreamers'?

Up to 800,000 'Dreamers' face uncertain future after White House reveals new immigration policy agenda.

What is DACA and who are the US 'Dreamers'?

Immigration

Trump's immigration proposals threaten 'Dreamers' deal

US president seeks border wall funding in exchange for a deal to protect some 690,000 immigrants known as 'Dreamers'.

Trump's immigration proposals threaten 'Dreamers' deal

Reporter's Notebook

'At heart we are American': Identity in the age of migration

How are Cambodian migrants to the US dealing with abrupt deportation from the place they call home?

101 East

Forced Back To Cambodia

101 East explores how the US continues to deport Cambodian Americans who have committed a crime and served their time.

Opinion

Is Brexit really going to help British workers?

The big winners of a post-Brexit controlled migration system will not be British workers, but unscrupulous employers.

Nick Dearden

by Nick Dearden

Nick Dearden

Europe

Far-right German party denounces Islam and refugees

AfD, the first far-right party set to enter German parliament in more than half a century, attacks Islam and refugees.

Polls suggest jump in German far-right party's support

Refugees

In pursuit of asylum on the US-Canada border

Amid concerns over Trump's immigration policies, many asylum seekers are turning to Canada for 'protection'.

In pursuit of asylum on the US-Canada border

Immigration

Are the hopes of DREAMers set to become nightmares?

Thousands of undocumented youth in the US wrestle with possibility of being forced to leave the only home they've ever known.

Are the hopes of DREAMers set to become nightmares?

Arts & Culture

Giant portrait of toddler peers over US-Mexico border

The image, meant to prompt discussion about immigration, is the latest installation by French artist JR.

Giant portrait of toddler peers over US-Mexico border