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
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
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
Zygmunt Bauman, the renowned Polish sociologist, calls them the emergent precariat. Shaken by the false promises
Kenya plans to shutdown the world’s largest refugee camp later this month. If the closure goes
Immigration to the West accounts for less than 50% of all global migration according to data
This, the final music break before Africa is a Country takes a month-long break itself, is
When an African is forced to leave home – from Somalia, Nigeria, Eritrea or any other
Last November, Africa is a Country teamed up with Chimurenga’s Pan African Space Station library-of-people installation at the Performa 15
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للغة العربية اضغط هنا* As a refugee rights activist and an immigrant who has experienced all
In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday, several news-outlets reported that one
The past year has thrown into sharp relief the complicated and power-laden connections between Italy and
Prominent Sudanese asylum-seeker asks Israel’s president: “Why not let us stay and contribute to Israeli society?”
Netanyahu’s reelection this year, for his fourth term (third consecutive), leaves little hope for non-Jewish minorities
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