refugees

In an ethnically diverse suburb of London, layered with rows of semi-detached bungalows and the odd corner shop, lay the massive comprehensive school that had invited us to collect some data. Having passed security checks, we wound our way through the long corridors to a...

Others is a collection of works considering ‘otherness’; what sets one apart. Otherness can be permanent, like disability, or contextual, like the father at a mother-and-baby group. Here, the authors write on the topic with powerful words (not on as the title suggests)....

"Migration has always been with us. Climate change, demographics, instability, growing inequalities, and aspirations for a better life, as well as unmet needs in labour markets, mean it is here to stay. The answer is effective international cooperation in managing migration...

Tackling the psychological effects of inequality involves more than good intentions: we must actually do good. Published guidelines articulate a shared vision of what ‘good’ looks like in practice, in this context, or in that service, or with these people. Guidelines...

In the aftermath of a slaughter like Christchurch, we are forced, once again, to confront that old question: how can people be marked for murder, not for anything they have done but simply for who they are? It is a question the killer asks himself in his so-called manifesto...

Two NGOs working with refugees in Greece have announced a project to extend their programmes of psychosocial support across the country. Baytna – which means ‘our home’ in Arabic – has been used as an approach by The Refugee Trauma Initiative and Help Refugees to provide...

We are experiencing an unprecedented migration crisis, with many millions of people leaving their homes to seek refuge from violent conflicts, natural disasters and human rights violations. Even when they arrive in their host country, refugees face many challenges and we need...

The world is currently witnessing higher levels of displacement than ever before; 65.6 million people have been forced from their home countries and among them are 22.5 million refugees more than half of whom are under 18....

While around 1 per cent of the world’s entire population is currently displaced, including 22.5 million refugees, our awareness, and care for, their plight seems to fluctuate with the news agenda. History may look back on this period and wonder how it could have been ignored...

Home, available on BBC Three (and on BBC1 on Wednesday 10 May at 11.50pm) offers a powerful and intriguing unusual take on the 'refugee crisis'. It differs from most representations of refugees because...