Climate refugees are predominantly from formerly colonized countries that aren’t responsible, in large part, for the factors that exacerbate climate change.
Refugees from Ukraine could boost Europe’s economy, but countries receiving them will likely face significant costs in the short term.
A new book faults the United States, Canada, and Germany for letting down refugees.
In this interview, an immigration policy scholar answers questions about Europe’s relatively warm reception of Ukrainian refugees.
A team of economists has concerns about cash aid for refugees and the inflation that could result. Here’s their proposed solution.
“Migrant and refugee women and girls faced unique socioeconomic challenges and experiences of violence as a result of the pandemic,” says Ilana Seff.