Oliver White explains how Australia's 'stopping the boats' policy undermines the global architecture of protection for refugees.
Misunderstanding and ignorance leads to fear of refugees and even hatred. Nesima Aberra looks at four innovative efforts to tell meaningful stories about refugees and build more empathy.
Climate change is causing a new wave of people to flee their homes and seek refugee status. Alison Rabe investigates whether they're likely to receive any protections.
Melissa Phillips and Susanna Zanfrini of the Danish Refugee Council describe the challenges faced by the urban displaced within Libya and ask if NGOs' efforts to help migrants are really meeting the most vulnerable.
Frustrated by Australian political parties' refugee policies in the lead-up to this weekend's election, Marianne Jago-Bassingthwaighte decides to wade into the policy arena. There she sees the underwhelming response of politicians, but also learns the benefits of joining a community to advocate for an issue.