Authorities shutting down Dadaab are repatriating up to 400 people a day despite lack of shelter, clean water or schools
Authorities in Somalia have denounced the way refugees are being repatriated from neighbouring Kenya, after the Kenyan government announced it would close Dadaab, the world’s largest refugee camp, by the end of 2016.
While automation will have implications for the low-skilled jobs often filled by migrants, technology could offer additional, and better, opportunities
Legal ruling identifies risk of serious harm to returning Eritreans after MPs condemn ‘inexcusable’ delay in revising existing guidance
The Home Office will alter its much-criticised policy on Eritrean asylum seekers, after a legal ruling found that the majority of those fleeing the country risk persecution or serious harm on returning.
Trusted information is hard to come by when you’re a refugee. One start-up aims to connect refugees with essential services via Facebook and text
It is hard to know who to trust when you’re a refugee, explains 25-year old Mohamad Albwab from Syria. People smugglers lie. The armies close the borders. The conduct of the police varies from country to country. Aid organisations are overwhelmed. Rumour is rife and reliable information is hard to find.
Hundreds of thousands of Afghans, banished from Pakistan, find destruction, violence and hardship in their homeland
By Sune Engel Rasmussen in Nangarhar
Almost 40 years ago, Allah Noor took his family to a safe haven in Pakistan, following the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. Last week he returned, to a country at war.