Why are anti-trafficking campaigns not working? For one, they don't focus on migrant women's motives.
For young people in Freetown, 'Temple Run' has become code for the perilous journey that young Sierra Leoneans are making to Europe via Libya.
In Pakistani writer Moshin Hamid’s prescient new novel, Exit West, two young lovers confront a world
Marx could be used by people fighting for social justice and who at the same time were deeply religious.
In August 2015 when Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel declared an open-door policy for Syrian refugees —
Zygmunt Bauman, the renowned Polish sociologist, calls them the emergent precariat. Shaken by the false promises
Earlier this summer in Fermo, Italy, 36-year old Nigerian asylum seeker Emmanuel Chidi Nnamdi was beaten
Two weeks ago, Uganda’s President Museveni inaugurated his fourth decade in power. And as strange things
Last week, France’s Minister of Justice, Christine Taubira (known for introducing the 2013 same-sex marriage law
I thought I’d become immune to the indignities of traveling with an African passport, but an
On December 16, 2015 Jordanian police stormed a makeshift camp of Sudanese refugees located in central
2015’s last episode of Africa is a Radio features a snippet from an extended interview with
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للغة العربية اضغط هنا* As a refugee rights activist and an immigrant who has experienced all
The past year has thrown into sharp relief the complicated and power-laden connections between Italy and
I had just returned from school one evening I was relaxing in the living room with
This piece is a response to a recent article in the Daily Mail. Among the Syrian and Afghan
An estimated 1,700 refugees have died this year in the Mediterranean trying to reach Western Europe.
Xenophobia, Migration, and today’s Elections in the UK are the topics of discussion this week on
In dictatorships, where a prideful life is nonexistent and the nation’s wealth is owned and controlled