As volunteers prepare aid for Ukrainian refugees, Simone Lai reports from Italy’s largest arms factory – which still works 24-hours a day, but for social justice.
Stefania D’ignoti speaks to a group of volunteers met with hostility and legal persecution after returning to Italy from the autonomous Kurdish-held region of Rojava.
Barney Cullum speaks to a Sudanese victim of Italy’s recently passed law that abolishes ‘humanitarian protection’ for those who have been refused asylum.
Matteo Salvini, Italy’s ‘refugee drowner-in-chief’, is put under the spotlight.
Can we still talk of a ‘migration crisis’ in the EU? Nando Sigona asks.
Brace yourself for years of rightwing politics in Italy. Alessio Perrone writes.
The election results come as no surprise after a campaign marked by racist violence, argues Hsiao-Hung Pai.
In this election, Italians are without a strong Left prospect, reports Alessio Perrone.
Sophia Seymour and Daisy Squires shine a light on Musa Fata, a Gambian migrant who hopes to become a world-famous DJ.
Europe’s response to migration: more police, more walls – for no reason. Alex Fusco writes.