New research unveils the Brexit aftershocks still being felt in the lives of EU families who left the UK following the referendum.
Professor Jenny Phillimore explains why moving asylum seekers to live on the Bibby Stockholm barge will not work as the government claims it will.
The sinking of a fishing trawler off the Greek coast demonstrates why European policies on refugees and migration are failing, with terrible consequences.
Professor Jennifer Allsopp on the 'heroic' coverage of the Titan submersible, versus the dehumanising 'tragic tropes' used to cover the sinking of small boats.
Views of migrants in the UK and British citizens living abroad are featured in a new season of the popular podcast 'Who do we think we are?'
Scholars contribute to a major collection published by Oxford University Press offering unique insight into the concept of superdiversity.
Ukrainians need a safe space to call home and their hosts are making 'friends for life', as the Homes for Ukraine Scheme opens the door to a whole new world
Professor Nando Sigona intervenes in international debate on the UK’s plan to transfer asylum seekers to Rwanda
The Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRIS) hosted the final event of the EUniWell-funded winter school.
The report seeks to understand the nature and scale of SGBV experienced by refugees who have fled conflict and are residing in Wales.
New report shows people reported a significant mental health impact of the loneliness, isolation and feelings of being imprisoned engendered by the conditions
The UK, despite government rhetoric of "generosity" has been underwhelming and out of step with the rest of Europe in relation to supporting Ukrainian refugees.