Podcast
Redeye Collective | Never Home is a new multimedia project just launched by No One Is Illegal in Vancouver. It documents nine years of discriminatory immigration policy by Stephen Harper's government.
News
Photo: flickr/Takver
Suha Diab | The Harper government has transformed Canada from a country with a humanitarian tradition of welcoming outsiders and providing sanctuary into one that fears and distrusts refugees.
News
Photo: Flickr/Justin Jensen
Suha Diab | It has been nearly a decade since the Conservative party came to power. Since then, the government has embarked on controversial reforms that have had devastating effects on refugees.
Podcast
Piergiorgio Moro, Jiselle Hanna | Regional labour updates and an interview on organizing migrant workers in Thailand, Burma and Malaysia.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Francois Crepeau is UN special rapporteur on the human rights of migrants. He says the global north should open its borders and manage migration rather than resisting it.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Could we please stop treating refugees who drown in the Mediterranean as if they're another earthquake or tsunami? This isn't a natural disaster, it's a hands-on human one.
News
Photo: flickr/Mark Hillary
Miriam Katawazi | The Federal Court has given the government four months to change cuts to health care coverage for refugees or that the cuts may be struck down.
Blog
Photo credit: Melanie Cervantes
Harsha Walia | With recent media scandals about the abuse of temporary foreign workers and the subsequent outrage, Minister Jason Kenney has announced a number of changes to the TFWP.
Blog
J. Baglow | Vast population flows are placing enormous pressure on states to cope with the influx. What is to be done?
Podcast
Redeye Collective | According to a bulletin obtained by Vancouver immigration lawyer Richard Kurland through access to information legislation, the CBSA aims to deport 875 permanent residents this year.
News
Alfredo Barahona of KAIROS: 'Welcoming the stranger.'
Karl Nerenberg | There are broad hints that new rules for EI will force some to take lower paying work. New rules for thousands of migrant workers mean lower pay for many of them. Where is this all leading?
Podcast
Migrant Matters Radio | The intersections of local queer organizing, anti-colonial and no-borders analyses. The recent victories and struggles of organizing in these realms.