Topic: Migration

Green politician Omid Nouripour arrived from Iran at the age of 13

Germany’s refugee debate

Integration is a two-way street

Most of the inhabitants of Borg Meghezel depend on people-smuggling to make a living (photo: Karim E-Gawhary)

Egypt's people-smuggling mafia

Where crossings cost but lives are cheap

Author Rasha Khayat (photo: dpa/picture-alliance)

Book review: Rasha Khayat′s ″Weil wir langst woanders sind″

A life in limbo

Mosque congregation member distributes food to refugees (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/H. Neubauer)

Germany′s Muslims and the refugees

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Integrating a new generation

Afghan refugee children in Islamabad, Pakistan (photo: AP)

Afghan refugees in Pakistan

Underprivileged and unwanted

Afghan refugees in Iran (photo: Meysam Hasanloo)

Afghan refugees in Iran

On the fringes of society

The Moroccan-French artist Leila Alaoui (photo: Leila Alaoui)

Interview with Leila Alaoui

Morocco's art scene: a coin with two faces

"Spotted", Dubai 2014 (photo: 
© George Awde; work exhibited at the IMA)

Photography Biennale of the Contemporary Arab World

A feast for the eyes

Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement: "Protect humanity - Stop Indifference"

The Munich-based sociology professor Armin Nassehi (photo: Hans-Günther Kaufmann)

The refugee debate

What makes us German?

The German philosopher, Juergen Habermas (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

Juergen Habermas awarded Kluge Prize for Philosophy

″Asylum is a human right″

Border control in Germany (photo: dpa/picture-alliance)

Impact of border controls in the EU

The European downward spiral

"Refugees welcome" placard (photo: fotolia.com)

The EU's asylum and migration policy

Necessary migrants

The Syrian refugee Alaa Houd (photo: DW/Claudia Dehn)

One Syrian refugee’s story

″I could no longer live in Syria″

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