If You Watch One Thing
teleSUR spoke with three leading voices on immigrants’ rights who have dedicated their careers to working on the ground with those who have experienced the darkest side of immigration policy. READ MORE.
LGBT Refugees, Undocumented More Vulnerable Under Trump
"The number of LGBT people who make it through the system alive and request resettlement is small," Neil Grungas, executive director of ORAM said. READ MORE
As Many People Fleeing Central America Now as 1980s Wars: UNCHR
The report also found the current number of those forcibly displaced in the world equivalent to 20 people every minute of 2016, or 28,300 every day. READ MORE
Deadliest Year on Record For Refugees
The year 2016 was the deadliest year on record for refugees attempting to cross the Mediterranean to reach Europe, with more than 3,800 people dying during the dangerous trip. READ MORE.
The Global Welcome For Refugees Is Unbalanced
The EU’s external borders are rapidly becoming untenable. Rather than resist, Europe should embrace its future as a continent of great diversity. READ MORE.
The Making of the Migration Crisis
To mark International Refugee Day, teleSUR re-publishes Harsha Walia's still relevant piece on the deliberate and forced nature of global migration. READ MORE
Growing Numbers of Refugees Turn to the Caribbean: UNHCR
The Caribbean is becoming an attractive destination for refugees and the region should play its part in dealing with the issue, according to the United Nations. READ MORE
Documenta 14: Tales of a Refugee
Hiwa K, is a Kurdish-Iraqi,who has examined his experience as a refugee through his art. Documenta 14 is his latest art installation in Kassel, Germany. Hiwa believes capitalism is the root cause of the world's largest humanitarian crisis, which is the crisis of the refugees.
Boliva´s Climate Refugees
Once again, in Bolivia, Indigenous people are bearing the brunt of climate change.