In Thessaloniki, life is difficult for both refugees and those seeking asylum. Yet there are plenty of local projects that inspire hope for these migrants in Greece.
In this excerpt from Małgorzata Szejnert’s non-fiction book “Ellis Island: A People’s History”, the author recounts the peculiarities of the island’s multinational luggage room.
The stork – with its long legs and white body – is recognizable to many people across the globe, owing to its migration between Europe and Africa. In Lithuania, it is more than just a national symbol.
Growing up as a second-generation migrant entails finding one’s identity among mixed customs. This was especially the case for one daughter of Polish parents, who grew up celebrating Polish Christmas Eve (or Wigilia) in Australia.
Óscar Martínez talks about criminal control of migration in Mexico, the realities of life in El Salvador, and why the subjects of reportage are its real heroes.