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More than 8m Ukrainians are living elsewhere in Europe. What’s happening to them – and their host countries?
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Borders & Belonging: Should we call people climate refugees?
It’s a snappy phrase, but maybe tells the wrong story
How migrants are changing the male face of Ghana’s gold mines
Migration is allowing more and more women to become big players in an industry normally seen as men’s work
Borders & Belonging: Are migrants the answer to labour shortages?
Hear experts dissect the Global North’s attempts to counter the ‘great retirement’ with more workers from abroad
How grassroots democracy has become a xenophobic weapon in South Africa
‘Active citizenship’ sounds like a great idea – but used against undocumented migrants it can encourage murder
Borders & Belonging: The migrants that the West doesn’t talk about
70% of the world’s migrants aren’t headed for the Global North. Why are they moving and what do they need?
Why so many of the world’s students want to go to Chinese universities
They offer three things that Western rivals can’t
China gives scholarships to Africans but then moves the doctoral goalposts
Lots of African students are studying for PhDs in China – but why is it so hard to graduate?
Borders & Belonging: How did China become a world student hub?
Once, Chinese students dreamed of studying abroad. Now it’s the other way around
Why some migrants are deemed more deserving than others in Global Britain
Foreign policy determines why migrants from Hong Kong got a better deal than Syrians or Ukrainians
Why Fortress Europe won’t solve the migration crisis – and what will
Europe wastes money on futile border fences when better solutions are staring it in the face
AI could predict climate crises, but that’s not what climate migrants need
States that are more likely to withstand climate change challenges are also more likely to use advanced technologies...
Borders & Belonging: When AI is managing migration, should we be afraid?
Artificial intelligence can predict crises and get help to migrants who need it – but the dangers are serious
Smuggling or trafficking? For minors with few choices, the line is blurred
Exploitation is often one facet of children’s attempts to navigate an increasingly divided world
Why Keir Starmer is embracing a points-based immigration system
The UK is on its fourth points-based system – but it’s no such thing
Borders & Belonging: Human smuggling or human trafficking? Why the difference matters
Politicians blur the difference because it helps them block the flows of all migrants and refugees
Polish key workers feel unwelcome in the UK thanks to Brexit plus COVID
How Brexit and COVID sharpened imagined borders within workplaces
Brexit means less hope for multiculturalism in the EU
The UK didn’t need the EU to enjoy multiculturalism – quite the reverse
Published in: PodcastsBorders & Belonging: How has Brexit changed the UK for migrants?
A few years on from Brexit, are labour shortages changing minds about migrants, or are they forever stigmatised?
Border walls hurt the weakest and least to blame in the climate crisis
Fortified borders don’t stop migration – they just make inequality worse, just like climate change
Despite Europe’s new wall, the migration route through Belarus is here to stay
Pushing ‘irregular’ migrants back from Poland, Lithuania and Latvia won’t stop them coming