Post Tagged with: "Immigration"

Crises of migrants and refugees–where should homeless millions go?

Crises of migrants and refugees–where should homeless millions go?

The history of humankind of the past hundred years have thrown up a gamut of emotions and heart-wrenching crises.  An accentuating challenge is the displacement of millions upon millions of peoples throughout the planet.  People are forced to flee or migrate from their homeland or places of birth for a variety of reasons.  At the international level United Nations High[Read More…]

by 22/06/2022 Comments are Disabled Human Rights
Jailing Former Immigration Ministers: Denmark’s Inger Støjberg

Jailing Former Immigration Ministers: Denmark’s Inger Støjberg

It’s not the sort of thing you encounter regularly.  A member of a government cabinet, responsible for arguably one of the country’s most important portfolios, found both wanting and culpable for their actions after leaving their post.  But this is what former Danish immigration minister Inger Støjberg found when she was convicted for illegally separating asylum seeking couples arriving in[Read More…]

by 15/12/2021 Comments are Disabled World
Migration: The Whole World Is Changing For Good

Migration: The Whole World Is Changing For Good

  Waves of anger, fear and open hostility have greeted the influx of refugees and migrants from the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Some have reached levels of paranoia and xenophobic violence that have resulted in death. Across Europe politicians hurry to build “Fortress Europe” but the flood of humanity threatens to bring down the walls. Predictions of the change[Read More…]

by 11/11/2017 1 comment Human Rights
The US Problem With Immigration: Railroaded By The Supreme Court

The US Problem With Immigration: Railroaded By The Supreme Court

Immigration, blood source of the United States, its motor of development, has been rocked by judicial pronouncements of late. The Obama administration had put much stock in reforming the general approach to immigration in 2014, ostensibly employing a wide reading of executive power against the possible deportation. It was always going to be haphazard, merely another periodic panacea in a[Read More…]

by 29/06/2016 1 comment Human Rights