Mexico Is Now Trapping Migrants Before They Can Even Reach the US Border
'We were locked inside as if we were in a jail,' one migrant said of his experience at a shelter.
Saudi Teen Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun has Gone to Canada
Al-Qunun barricaded herself in a Bangkok airport hotel room and launched a Twitter campaign.
A Judge is Forcing Julian Assange to Obey the Embassy’s Housekeeping Rules
The WikiLeaks founder took the Ecuadorian Embassy to court for making him clean his room.
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Behind the New Zealand Politicking, Nauru’s Human Rights Crisis Continues
Detained journalists, Jacinda Ardern’s solo flight and New Zealand domestic politics take centre stage.
Hungarian aid groups would rather go to jail than abandon refugees
“It is a new low point in an intensifying crackdown on civil society, and it is something we will resist every step of the way”
Pregnant, Traumatized, and Trapped in Asylum Limbo
A massive backlog of asylum requests has left thousands of people in miserable situations while they wait to hear if they'll be allowed to stay in the US.
How Two Trans Salvadoran Migrants Found Peace in Tijuana
If you're trans and escaping one of the deadliest countries in the world, where do you go?
The Constant Insecurity of Being an Asylum Seeker
Pride Mbi Agbor is likely to be in danger if he returns to his home country but for the past week the Home Office has been trying to send him back.
Welcome to the Black Hole of America's Immigration System
At Stewart, roughly 1,700 men wait to find out whether they'll be deported from the United States. Chances are, they will be.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
American Private Immigration Detention Centers Aren't Going Anywhere
The Department of Homeland Security is expected to report that it will continue its widespread use of the private facilities, despite their high cost to run and human rights concerns.
The Refugees Who Refuse Asylum
For some, the ability to travel back home outweighs the protections of asylum status in western Europe.
Australia Should Be As Outraged By the Nauru Files As We Were About Don Dale
An op-ed by Eva Orner, who spent two years dissecting Australia's offshore detention centers on Nauru and Manus Island for her film Chasing Asylum.