New Internationalist

Migration

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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

Letter from Botswana: ET is not an alien

New columnist Lauri Kubuitsile introduces dry and dusty Mahalapye- a town that has stolen her heart.

Filed in: Botswana Development (Aid) Migration

Boom Times in Bali

Life has changed on the ‘island paradise’- but foreign investment is not all it’s cracked up to be. Jamie James looks beyond the tourist brochures.

Filed in: Indonesia Land Migration Tourism

Frontline Africans: migrants hit by Europe's economic decline

What can African migrant workers do when faced with rising unemployment and racism in Europe? Sarah Babiker reports from Spain and Argentina.

Filed in: Africa Argentina Migration Spain Work

And Finally... Juliet Stevenson

Successful actor and would-be human rights lawyer Juliet Stevenson on the disgrace of locking up children, and the importance of good-story-telling.

Filed in: Film Human Rights Migration

The shocking link between racism and schizophrenia

A migrant is up to five times more likely to be diagnosed with schizophrenia in the UK than a white British person. On World Mental Health Day, Nick Harvey argues that racial discrimination is to blame.

Filed in: Equality Human Rights Migration Refugees Society

Tea and paranoia

Politicians in the US and Australia play the anti-immigration card.

Filed in: Australia Migration United States

Should nation-states open their borders to refugees and migrants?

Two experts debate immigration, then our readers weigh in with their comments

Filed in: Migration

Deported: the man in the newspaper

John ‘Bosco’ Nyombi sought sanctuary in the West from persecution in Uganda – only to spend eight years struggling for his rights.

Filed in: Migration Uganda

John ‘Bosco’ Nyombi: flight and detention

John ‘Bosco’ Nyombiwas removed from Britain to months of fear and persecution as a gay man in Uganda. Eventually, a British judge ruled his removal illegal and ordered that he be brought back. He tells Dinyar Godrej about his journey.

Filed in: Gay Rights Migration Refugees Uganda United Kingdom

Into the vortex of identity

With Dinyar Godrej, whose personal journey as an immigrant reveals some of the faultlines of multiculturalism, making the case for looking beneath the smokescreen of ‘culture clash’.

Filed in: Culture Equality Migration Minorities Social Change Society

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