The Global Compact for Migration leaves out ten percent of all international migrants. Continue reading A ‘Global Compact for Most Migration’
More important than the moral standing of smugglers is the demand that many of them respond to:exiting danger and entering safety. Continue reading Batman in Vienna: choosing how to confront migrant smuggling
Why do the links between migration and other social processes. always have to be called a nexus? Continue reading Thirty-six migration nexuses, and counting
I have often been struck by the near-absence of psychologists in interdisciplinary migration research. There seem to be so many areas where psychologists could contribute to understanding migration processes. And contributions in the other direction seem equally valuable, since migration … Continue reading Migration as a research field: Unanswered questions and relevance for psychology
The UN Summit for Refugees and Migrants holds the promise of progress. But ahead of the summit, communications staff were pushing a warped view of migrant diversity. Even the International Organization of Migration (IOM) is straying from its mission to uphold … Continue reading The End Of Migrants As We Know Them?
This post was originally published on the Border Criminologies blog, based at the University of Oxford. (Photo: Carlos Spottorno, British Red Cross, CC BY-NC-ND) The recent debate over word choice has taken turns that undermine humanitarian principles and cloud the … Continue reading Refugees are Also Migrants. And All Migrants Matter