"Berlin isn't Germany. Just like that website you write for—it's really its own country." – Mohamed Jeballa, partner in a popular Sudanese restaurant in the city.
Harlem rapper Sheck Wes's star rises in the shadow of Dapper Dan and Cheikh Amadou Bamba.
Invisible City [Kakuma], a film about Kenya's largest refugee camps, seems keen on making a point but is anchored on unsteady ground (with some shitty translation).
The UN and South Africa's Statistics Service are exaggerating immigrant numbers and playing with people's lives in South Africa.
An interview with Ruben Andersson on his book Illegality Inc, an ethnographic account of Europe’s efforts to halt irregular migration along Spain's borders with Africa.
A new documentary film addresses the complex entanglements of a violent Mediterranean passage.
All political parties in South Africa try to mobilize voters based on their and voters' xenophobia and they're outdoing each other with an election scheduled for 2019.
Italian politics has taken a sharp turn to the right. Migrants, especially African ones, bear the brunt of their rhetoric. Its ground zero for a new rightwing politics.
What will the renewed land debate in South Africa mean for the border woes of neighbors such as Lesotho?
Has migration policy reckoned with epidemics like Ebola?
New Warscapes volume explores travels and lives of migrants and refugees beyond mainstream portrayals.
The centrality of land in the new economic and social spaces and relations produced by conflict and displacement.
Why are anti-trafficking campaigns not working? For one, they don't focus on migrant women's motives.
On any given Sunday in one of South Delhi’s dozens of Pentecostal African church services occurring
The number of African migrants who have lost their lives in the Mediterranean is a tragedy, shamefully under-analyzed over the past 20 years.
For young people in Freetown, 'Temple Run' has become code for the perilous journey that young Sierra Leoneans are making to Europe via Libya.
— Tunisia has a problem with its African roots. Racial discrimination and xenophobia is outrageously commonplace
In August 2015 when Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel declared an open-door policy for Syrian refugees —
Guangzhou, in Southern China, has a long tradition as a trading port. More recently, in the
In 2007, Tanzania did something radical: it promised a pathway to citizenship for over 162,000 refugees