Immigrants land in Greece.


Who Belongs?

With today’s polarized politics, people may not agree on the terminology – immigrants? refugees? invaders? – but there’s little doubt that migration is reshaping the world.

Illustration: Federico Gastaldi

In a post-COVID world, UBC legal research may help illuminate a once-unexamined Canada-US...

Illustration by Gracia Lam

Danny Ramadan, MFA’20, is an award-winning novelist, speaker, and LGBTQ-refugee activist. 

Illustration: Fernando Volken Togni

UBC’s Global Reporting Centre steps away from traditional "parachute journalism" in favour of...

Illustration: DAQ

Global sociologist Jasmin Hristov is uncovering the secretive forces at play behind land...

The Lee family sitting down for dinner. Albert Lee, Saint Mary’s University, Gorsebrook Research Institute, GRI_134 (1958)

A new exhibit on Chinese immigration and BC highlights belonging, racism, and resilience.

BETWEEN BORDERS: When one in every 110 people on Earth has been forced to flee, some nations respond with barriers, like “the wall” between the United States and Mexico. Photo: Getty Images, Hector Mata

Syrians are fleeing. Americans are building walls. Indians are battling brain drain. And...

Illustration by Gracia Lam

The Atlantic named a short story collection by Doretta Lau as one of 2014’s best books.