At Stewart Detention Center, roughly 1,700 men wait to find out whether they'll be deported from the United States. Chances are, they will be.
The United States offers a safe haven for LGBTQ asylum seekers, but when they first arrive, many end up facing abuse in immigrant detention centers.
For some, the ability to travel back home outweighs the protections of asylum status in western Europe.
The Wellcome Collection's new exhibition uses the model of the asylum as a "safe place to go mad" to see how it could inform mental health services today.
This weekend, Uppsala sees a new pride festival dedicated to asylum seekers and LGBTQ individuals from around the world. It's the first of its kind in Sweden.
A new website started by a Syrian refugee living in Germany aims to explain everything from how to navigate the country's bureaucracy to how to order at a restaurant.
Calvin Carter fled Jamaica after he says his boyfriend was murdered in an anti-gay hate crime. But with two misdemeanors on his record, gaining protective status in the US is next to impossible.
More than 42,000 minors entered Germany alone last year seeking protection from conflict zones. Most of them are teens, hoping to adapt to a new culture on their own.
"My personal aim," the co-founder of the publication told VICE, "is to make 'Daily Resistance' the most feared newspaper in Germany, then the most feared newspaper in Europe, and eventually the most feared newspaper in the world."
This is what Australia's "Pacific Solution" policy – of shunting refugees onto other islands in the Pacific rather than taking them in – looks like.
The United States almost never grants asylum to citizens of EU countries, but in a select few cases, people have fled violations of their human rights in Europe.
Holy spaces are still safe spaces for many on the run.