In a time of American inhospitality, Jan Holton offers a compelling vision.
Two compelling novels reveal the horrors of forced displacement.
Despite protests, the group persisted in welcoming refugees to their community.
Refugee resettlement works. Here's why.
Mary Clark Moschella recommends the best recently published books in her field.
In Rio, refugees will compete under an international flag. Maybe this will inspire new reflection on the purpose of a nation.
"Maybe 5 percent of refugees are ever resettled. Meanwhile, human life is always more than survival."
The prospect of Syrian refugees entering the U.S. has unleashed a wave of fear. But fear, while understandable, is an unreliable guide to policy.
Aid organizations are overwhelmed by the scale of the current mass migration from the Middle East. So the work has fallen on other volunteers.
Religious people have been their own worst enemies in recent weeks. First came a study from the journal Current Biology showing that children from religious families are less generous and more punitive than their peers, and that the more exposure to religion they received, the worse they behaved.