The VICE Guide to Right Now
Crying Girl in This Viral Photo Wasn't Actually Separated from Her Family
The photo became a symbol of the current family separation crisis on the US-Mexico border.
How to Support Over 100 Women on Hunger Strike Inside the UK's Most Controversial Immigration Center
Strikers escalated their actions against the detention facility, which mainly houses female asylum-seekers and immigrants awaiting deportation.
A New Play Shows What It’s Like to Be Trapped in Immigration Detention
The production exposes what it's like being indefinitely detained in the UK's most notorious immigration center.
In Detention Centers, 97 Percent of Rape Accusations Met by Silence, Report Says
A complaint issued by CIVIC charges that the DHS Office of Inspector General failed to investigate more than 97 percent of reports of sexual abuse from people in immigration detention over a two-year period.
How Art Is Transforming a Facility for Miami's At-Risk Youth
How a community activist is providing inspiration and sanctuary through an expanding gallery, library, and educational center.
Welcome to Stewart Detention Center, 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.
Child Migrants Will Be Released from Family Detention Centers, But What About Their Parents?
Last week, a federal appeals court ordered the release of children from immigration detention centers, but that mandate does not apply to their parents.
Teenage Immigrants Are Being Denied Asylum Because They Have No Right to an Attorney
Those who have a lawyer are five times more likely to be allowed to stay in the US, meaning access to legal aid can be the difference between safety and deportation.
A Letter Signed by 600 Detainees on Manus Island Pleads for Their Assisted Suicide
I asked its author what the hell is going on over there.
The Number of Ways in Which Australia Has Failed Female Refugees Is Staggering
We need to decide if we're actually going to do something about systemic violence against women, or just act like it.
Why Was it So Hard For Us To Help the Syrian Refugees?
We eventually did the right thing, but with a profound reluctance that will not be forgotten.
We Asked a Refugee About His Life on Manus Island
Detainees who are granted refugee status are now living in temporary housing, where they're able to look for work. An Iranian man named Reza Mollagholipour explains how this is going.