Migration
The number of forcibly displaced people reaches a record 120 million

New and existing conflicts and wars remain the largest contributor in forcing people to leave their homes followed by climate catastrophes such as prolonged droughts and frequent floods

Migrating workers provide wealth for the world

Migrants are crucial for poverty reduction and for building wealth in society, but are treated as criminals, abandoned by their own countries who would rather spend vulgar amounts of money to attract much less impactful investment through multinational corporations

Biden shuts down US-Mexico border

Border shutdown will go into effect immediately, barring asylum seekers from entering the United States

Protests erupt in Germany after exposure of far-right conspiracy to deport migrants en masse

An investigative report has exposed a far-right plot, hatched during a meeting in November, to deport migrants en masse from Germany

Migrant health in Chicago suffers due to lack of planning and support

As migrants continue to arrive in Chicago, the city struggles to provide adequate shelter and health care for the new arrivals

Italian authorities impound boat that rescued 176 migrants in last week

Italian authorities have seized a charity boat operated by Open Arms after it disembarked 176 people saved at sea

EU-Tunisia deal on migrants EU signs border control pact with Tunisia to stop migration

Tunisia will be the second country after Libya to play the role of border patrol to stop the inflow of migrants into European countries through the Mediterranean sea

Desperation at the US border

Thousands of migrants, driven by economic warfare waged by the US, find themselves in conditions of despair at the southern US border

US further militarizes the border as COVID-era migration restrictions expire

As a Trump-era immigration policy ends, more migrants are crossing the border prompting a massive border militarization effort

UN report on Libya UN report reveals complicity of EU in crimes committed by Libyan authorities

Ever since NATO’s invasion of the country in 2011, Libya has seen an almost complete deterioration of the rule of law, with armed groups in control of different parts of the country

Migrant deaths off Tunisia coast At least 14 migrants killed as their boats sink off Tunisian coast 

Most occupants of the twin boats that sank were migrants from Sub-Saharan Africa, who are facing rising racism in Tunisia following the government’s crackdown against their presence in the country 

Anti-racism protest in Tunisia Tunisian Workers’ Party condemns President Kais Saied’s racist remarks against African migrants

Last week, Tunisian President Kais Saied blamed migrants from Sub-Saharan African countries for causing disturbances in Tunisia and being part of a “plot” to change the country’s demographics