Nigeria is treating the suffering of citizens internally displaced by Boko Haram in its northeast as if they are in a distant country.
On Wednesday the South African public will take to the streets, in spite of efforts to silence anti-corruption activists.
David Cameron will fund the resettlement of refugees with a raid on the Dfid budget. He's well within the rules - but should he?
Climate change, as much as Isis, is driving Europe's migrant crisis, says Barry Gardiner.
We mustn't forget the lessons of the Second World War in the face of today's refugee crisis, says Molly Scott Cato.
Change is coming to Africa, and the old attitudes are changing, says Jonathan Cooper.
Suppose you lived in a black township outside an unprepossessing little dorp like Vosloorus, east of Johannesburg. Would you really worry about lions and elephants when a life-and-death struggle was going on in the streets of your own town?
The controversial Danish “information campaign” will be run in foreign newspapers and is intended to deter potential refugees from Syria and Northern Africa.
Photographs of the 1945 Pan-African Congress in Manchester tell a complex tale of postwar black independence movements.
Tessa Jowell writes on the Sustainable Development Goals and where next in the struggle to give every child a fair start in life.
A year after the Girl Summit's commitments were made to end female genital mutilation, it is time to assess the progress against the practice in Britain and globally.
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