We approach migration with a racial justice lens, illuminating how racism and colonialism shape the ways people move around the globe.
“Migration is an expression of the human aspiration for dignity, safety and a better future. It is part of the social fabric, part of our very make-up as a human family.”Ban Ki-moon
Articles & Submissions
Race, Tech & Borders
Technology is playing an increasingly important role in mediating migrants’ access to human rights. This access is predicated on concepts of race, ethnicity, national origin and citizenship status.
Borders, the Pandemic & Human Rights
From traditional borders to race/ethnicity, sexual orientation/gender identity and disability status as borders — our 2022 symposium mapped the unseen boundaries in human rights and international law.
Climate Migration as Reparations
As part of our work on migration, race and climate justice, we are contributing to ongoing conversations around the need for reparations — not only for colonialism and slavery, but also for climate harms which are disproportionately caused by the Global North and disproportionately harm marginalized people and nations of the Global South.Learn More
Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity & Migration
Migration Tech Monitor
We support the work of the Migration Tech Monitor, a collective of journalists, filmmakers, academics and communities. Their mission is to monitor the use of surveillance technologies including AI and automation to screen, track, and make decisions about people crossing borders. The Monitor highlights the far-reaching ways these technological interfaces shape people’s lives and impact their human rights.
Technological Testing Grounds is their report detailing migration management experiments using tech. It is based on over 40 interviews with refugees and people on the move, exploring the systematic factors that create migration management experiments.Visit the Migration Tech Monitor Site