migration

tech-science

Dead Whales Are Washing Up in Droves on California’s Beaches

Ten dead gray whales have been spotted at Bay Area beaches over the last two months.
Sarah Emerson
5.16.19
migration

How Migrants Helped to Rejuvenate a Struggling Italian Town

A few years ago, the Sicilian town of Sutera found a renewed sense of purpose after it started welcoming migrant families. Now, Italy's anti-immigration policies are threatening this new balance.
Cosimo Bizzarri
4.8.19
The Power and Privilege Issue

How a Young Cameroonian Sparked a Revolt Against Migrant Exploitation in Italy

At 26, Yvan Sagnet organized the “Nardò uprising,” a two-month strike held by migrant workers which led to the trial of 12 people for slavery and the first anti-gang-master law in the country.
Leonardo Bianchi
11.1.18
immigration

People Told Us Why They Joined the Migrant 'Caravan' That Enraged Trump

"I'll find peace, even though Mr. Trump doesn’t want us there."
Diana Manzo
VICE Staff
4.11.18
Photos

Bleak Photos of Georgia's Lonely, Dwindling Jewish Population

Self-taught photographer Tariq Zaidi's striking images tell the story of the last Jews in the former Soviet country.
Tariq Zaidi
12.21.17
Impact Equality

No One Can Agree on What to Call People Displaced by Climate Change

The legal definition of a certain set of asylum-seekers worldwide is blocking access to lifesaving aid.
Kastalia Medrano
7.5.17
Impact Climate

Climate Change is a Main Cause of the World's Refugee Crisis

It’s not too late to mitigate what comes next for climate change, but it is almost too late.
Kastalia Medrano
6.29.17
politics

'We All Live in Fear': How Climate Change Is Devastating to Refugees

In Somaliland, a crippling drought has driven many women and children from their rural villages and into dangerous and overcrowded refugee camps.
Alice Rowsome
4.7.17
refugees

The Sophisticated Smuggling Routes Bringing Refugees into Europe

Attempts to crack down on migration have created the perfect breeding ground for new smuggling ecosystems.
Stav Dimitropoulos
3.23.17
eye in the sky

The International Space Station Will Soon Help Track Bird and Insect Migration

75 percent of small birds and bugs are too small to track globally. The ICARUS initiative will change that.
Niki Wilson
3.20.17
iwd2017

What a World Without Female Migrant Workers Would Look Like

Around the world, female migrant workers perform the bulk of domestic labor in households that are not their own—but their work is often invisible. An expert explains what would happen if these women did not exist.
Sirin Kale
3.8.17
Books

Refugees Want to Fall in Love, Just Like Everyone Else

Mohsin Hamid's fantastic new novel is a painfully timely story of love in an era of forced migration.
Zaina Arafat
3.7.17
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