Who's afraid of the 'global poor'?
Shifting the migration debate to consider the impact of global phenomena such as climate change and global...
Published in: openSecurityTwenty-first century protest: social media and surveillance
The internet is a two-edged sword—a vehicle for mass surveillance on the one hand and the organisation of...
Live from Lampedusa: The Freedom of Movement
Nicholas De Genova introduces The Charter of Lampedusa.
Belonging in Northern Ireland: portraits of the individual migrant
A new art project is challenging Belfast’s reputation as the ‘race hate capital of the UK’, revealing an important...
Law or compassion? The deportation of teenagers
In the past 5 years, over 500 young people who migrated as lone children have been removed after spending their...
Zimbabwe: speaking from where I feel safe
Many women in Zimbabwe face war in their homes daily and face war with the state when we try to overcome it. Often...
Afghan Voice Radio: The frontline of a ‘new’ Afghanistan
All around the world, Afghan youth who have fled abroad are investing in online media and sports as vehicles for...
We Are Fed Up! The power of a new generation of Sudanese youth activists
The recent protests in Sudan attest to the rise of a new generation of Sudanese youth activists. At the heart of...
Published in: HomeIceland's economic downturn is a ”freedom of speech” upturn
Iceland approves bill that turns the recession-plagued island into a "new media heaven"