As the election approaches, nobody's talking about the humanitarian crisis on our doorstep.
Anger at bad conditions and indefinite periods of detention has boiled over into widespread protest.
Safdar Ahmed's "Villawood" tells the stories of refugees and the loneliness, hopelessness, and banality that results from incarceration.
As a Parliamentary inquiry laid into the unlimited detention of migrants, we spoke to a Nigerian who the UK Home Office refuses to believe is a lesbian, because she has children.
The photographer spent time in Indonesia with the people suffering the consequences of Australia's refugee policies.
Tony Abbott responded to the report by recommending the commission send former Immigration Minister Scott Morrison a thank-you note for his work protecting human rights.
On January 29, Australia was placed on the Human Rights Watch list for its treatment of indigenous people, asylum seekers, and the LGBTI community. Where was Tim Wilson when all this was going on?
They wanted to protest against immigrant "invaders" but were hassled and attacked by anti-fascists.
The Irish government is denying rights to immigrants while seeking them for Irish emigrants in the US.
One day Mana Neyestani woke up and found himself a criminal and a racist—a once-respected artist turned into a prisoner, then a fugitive, then a refugee.
And if he did, does that technically qualify as terrorism?
Paul Addo was kept in prison-like Immigration Removal Centers for 32 months while demanding to be returned back to Ghana.
As Scott Morrison "takes the sugar off the table," let's step back a moment. What happened to us?
Every year, millions of migrants hire smugglers to transport them across borders. Like the drug trade, this market is notoriously violent, so could a crypto-market designed to match illegal migrants with smugglers make the experience safer?
Five detainees on the South Pacific island of Nauru have stitched their lips together in response to the arrangement signed last Friday for Australia to palm off unwanted refugees to Cambodia in exchange for $35 million in aid.
For those upset at our declining manufacturing industry, I have good news to report: as of September 2014, we are leading the world in think pieces about Tony Abbott's first year in office.
We talked to Noelle Janaczewska about her upcoming Festival of Dangerous Ideas performance.
Conditions are so bad in Australia's detention centers that some pregnant women say they have no choice but to abort their babies.
Disinformation and labels such as 'illegals' and 'queue jumpers' forms a barrier to empathy and stops Australians from seeing asylum seekers as actual people.
The group, who are being held at Western Australia's Curtin detention centre, are the first boat people to arrive in the country for six months.
John Abdullah was sitting in a large tent with ten other men, migrants from Syria, Egypt, Afghanistan, South Sudan, and Pakistan. They are in limbo, unable to reach Britain without risking their lives and denied even the most basic living standards by the…
In part 2 of our interview with Nicole Judge and Chris Iacono, two former support workers at Australian offshore detention facilities, the pair discuss their time at Manus Island and their decision to break confidentiality agreements and speak at the rece…
We spoke to the young Australian support workers who just broke confidentiality agreements to give evidence in the Senate's Manus Island Inquiry.
On November 14, their journey began. A fake wedding party of 23 people—mostly strangers to one another—left Italy on foot and headed southward through the mountains to France, a path that would ensure they could avoid the strict border controls between Au…