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The national election is (finally) here...and more

...and immigrant communities are making a difference, in more ways than one! Read more >

Researchers overcoming major hurdles, working to identify human remains on border

BORDER TEAM -- It’s an international effort to bring closure to families who have lost loved ones. Read more >

Migration control is not only about keeping people out – UN experts call for vision and leadership

NEW YORK (24 October 2016) – Migration governance cannot be only about closing borders and keeping people out, said two United Nations human rights experts calling on UN member states to develop long-term strategies and policies to facilitate rather than restrict migration. Read more >

Record Immigrant Numbers Force Homeland Security to Search for New Jail Space

U.S. officials expect number of undocumented immigrants awaiting deportation to reach 45,000 in the coming months. Read more >

Borders and Walls: Do Barriers Deter Unauthorized Migration?

[Oct. 5, 2016] In 2015, borders and walls seemed to burst onto the global agenda in the context of migration and halting spontaneous movement. Countries as diverse as Austria, Bulgaria, Estonia, Hungary, Kenya, Saudi Arabia, and Tunisia announced or began work on new border barriers. Read more >

Concrete Divisions - A New Age of Walls - Episode 3

A debate over extending the wall on the U.S.-Mexico border has been a noisy centerpiece of this year’s presidential election. A journey from San Diego to Brownsville, Tex., offers an up-close view into what it would take to complete a barrier along the Rio Grande – and at the lives of those already divided. Read more >

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