New Internationalist

Migration

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Tough Guide to the world's immigration detention centres

A satirical round-up of the insalubrious accommodation awaiting travellers from the Global South.

Filed in: Migration

Britain’s immigration debate stoked for political advantage

The tabloid hysteria ignores historical, social and cultural imperatives, says Horatio Morpurgo

Filed in: Bulgaria European Union Migration Romania

‘The blood of Ethiopians cries out for justice’

The recent Saudi clampdown on migrant workers has brought campaigners onto the streets. Chris Matthews was with some of them in London.

Filed in: Ethiopia Human Rights Migration Saudi Arabia Work

What about the rights of undocumented migrant children?

The EU must stop prioritizing immigration control over this vulnerable group, says Michele LeVoy.

Filed in: Europe Human Rights Migration Youth

Don’t underestimate working people’s solidarity

Don Flynn remembers when ordinary people refused to be divided into nationalistic tribes.

Filed in: Class Migration Nationalism Trade Unions

Internationalism is about justice – and the World Cup too

The international development agenda needs to be reclaimed as a struggle for global justice argues Jean Grugel.

Filed in: Development (Aid) Human Rights Migration

PHOTO ESSAY: For Eritrean migrants, there is more dignity in death

Tim Baster and Isabelle Merminod capture the painful goodbyes of the survivors of the recent Lampedusa tragedy and the victims’ families.

Filed in: Eritrea European Union Human Rights Italy Migration

Stuck in the middle

Kim Bryan reports on migrants trapped in limbo in the Spanish fortress of Ceuta.

Filed in: Human Rights Migration Politics Poverty Refugees

Racists, go home

Chris Coltrane is unimpressed with Britain’s Racist Vans.

Filed in: England Migration

Is migration green?

Why Population Matters has got it wrong on immigration, Manishta Sunnia and Benali Hamdache report.

Filed in: Migration

Deportation of Tamils helped the Sri Lankan state

Britain’s expulsion of ‘target population’ asylum-seekers has been valuable to Sri Lanka’s ‘counter-insurgency’ campaign, argues Phil Miller.

Filed in: Migration Politics Sri Lanka United Kingdom

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