Witness

Migrant Dreams: Canada's Broken Promise

What happens when Indonesian migrant workers trapped in debt-bondage in Canada decide to fight back?

Immigration

Members of 'immigrant caravan' begin asylum process in US

Other suspected members of the caravan have been charged with 'illegally entering' the US by the Justice Department.

Members of 'immigrant caravan' begin asylum process in US

United States

Asylum seekers' 'caravan' arrives at US-Mexico border

US lawyer to hold clinics to explain what the Central Americans can expect during their applications for asylum.

Central American 'migrant caravan' reaches US-Mexico border

United States

US federal judge rules against Trump move to end DACA

Decision gives the Trump administration three months to deliver better legal reasoning on why programme is illegal.

US federal judge says DACA must resume after 90 days

Gang violence

'Never wear blue': Trapped in Trump's 'war on gangs'

Donald Trump's war against Salvadoran American gang MS-13 has left dozens of immigrant teenagers unlawfully detained.

The teenagers trapped in Trump's MS13-crackdown

Opinion

How British imperial policies led to the Windrush scandal

Is it really that surprising that the UK government is mistreating the descendants of Caribbeans invited as labourers?

Nick Dearden

by Nick Dearden

Nick Dearden

United Kingdom

The UK's 'Windrush generation' scandal, explained

UK Prime Minister Theresa May issues an apology to Caribbean leaders for the treatment of immigrants, but is it enough?

Hungary

Hungary poll outcome sparks civil society concern

EU politicians want some of country's membership rights to be suspended for 'undermining' democratic norms.

Hungary: Groups fear being 'shut down' after Orban win

US-Mexico border

US agents tried to deport man 'because he looked Mexican'

Two US border agents have been reprimanded, but not fired, after attempting to force an injured man across the US-Mexico border without determining his identity, nationality or getting him medical attention.

Fault Lines

Trump's War on Gangs

Dozens of immigrant teens in the US have been unlawfully detained as part of the Trump administration's 'war on gangs'.

US & Canada

Groups decry US plan to 'end' immigrant help programmes

The DOJ plans to temporarily defund two programmes that help 53,000 immigrants in US courts every year.

Rights groups decry DOJ plan to 'end' immigrant help programmes

US & Canada

Should the US ask about citizenship on its census?

More than a dozen states file lawsuit against putting a citizenship status question on mandatory, US-wide 2020 census.

Opposition grows to putting citizenship question on US Census

US-Mexico border

Central Americans: 'Trump treats us like terrorists'

Mexico to issue one-year visas to most vulnerable, ask others on caravan that caught Trump's ire to leave in 20 days.

Central Americans vow to continue as Mexico disperses 'caravan'

Immigration

US Justice Department sets quota for immigration judges

Immigration judges will be expected to complete 700 cases a year to reduce backlog of 680,000 cases.

Fears over rushed trials as US immigration judges get quota

Immigration

Trump slammed for 'anti-immigrant' Easter tweets

The US president says 'NO MORE DACA DEAL' and threatens NAFTA in a series of tweets on Sunday.