More flexible work conditions.
And which sends out the absolute largest number of migrants?
Largely thanks to the Syrian conflict
International migration is changing the face of the globe.
Is it racist to control who comes to one's country?
What does it mean for the future of our societies and workforce?
The film, not the suburb in Wellington...
The Economist suggests "no".
The UN counts 244 million international migrants in 2015.
More people in Europe are dying than are being born.
The new entrants are overwhelmingly young and male: is that a problem?
These cheerful migrants are in demand.
Dubai’s gender imbalance is ‘unnatural’ according to a report released last week.
Worldwide migration numbers have remained static for the last twenty years.
The Russian economy needs migrant workers, but some of its citizens aren't so sure.
A new academic study commissioned by Oxford University has found that minority groups will make up 40% of the United Kingdom by 2050, making it one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the world. Moreover, it is not just the UK that is set to change, but all European countries.
Romania is not happy with the UK's attempts to limit Romanian migrants.
Record numbers of New Zealanders are heading to Australia.