New Internationalist

Migration

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Syrian war spills into Lebanon

Stefan Simanowitz reports from Baalbek and Tripoli on fears that life for locals and refugees will become less secure.

Filed in: Lebanon Migration Syria Violence War and Peace

Overseas Filipino Workers – heroes at home, exploited abroad

In Qatar, Iris Gonzales is surrounded by fellow Filipinos forced to find jobs away from their families.

Filed in: Migration Philippines Work

Housing - The Facts

Prices through the roof, a gaping deficit, homelessness, one billion in slums and an urban takeover.

Filed in: Cities Housing Migration Poverty Society

My brush with the ‘health tourism’ media mafia

Nick Harvey tried to debunk myths on migrants and the NHS on a London radio station, but was shouted down and left wondering why.

Filed in: Health Migration United Kingdom

How migrant demographics are reshaping US politics

With 7 out of 10 Latinos voting to re-elect Barack Obama, Republicans are debating whether to alter their hardline immigration stance, says Mark Engler.

Filed in: Migration United States

Celebrating International Migrants Day

Recognizing migrants’ contribution on 18 December is an opportunity to speak up against discriminatory and divisive policies says Jan Brulc.

Filed in: Migration Politics Society UN United Kingdom

Right to Life kayaker reaches Rome

Georges Alexandre has made an epic journey from Tunisia to Italy highlighting the risks faced by migrants. Tony Garner meets him.

Filed in: Belgium European Union Migration Refugees Tunisia

Let’s celebrate Mo Farah

John Perry explains why Britain’s 10,000 metre Olympic gold winner is an excuse to enjoy London’s diversity.

Filed in: Migration Sport United Kingdom

Migrants dare to DREAM in America

Obama’s decision to give legal status to 800,000 immigrants in the US is a tremendous advance, says Mark Engler.

Filed in: Human Rights Migration Politics United States

Diego Garcia's shameful history continues

In the week David Cameron meets his Mauritian counterpart to discuss the Chagos Islands, Virgil Hawkins sees suspicious motivations on both sides.

Filed in: Diego Garcia Human Rights Mauritius Migration Military United Kingdom United States

Are ordinary Tuaregs becoming Mali conflict scapegoats?

Nick Harvey and Julien Tremblin look at the plight of Tuareg refugees caught in the crossfire of a conflict that’s as devastating as it is complex.

Filed in: Algeria Burkina Faso Conflict Hunger Mali Mauritania Migration Niger Refugees

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