The catchphrase “Take Back Control” which turbocharged the "Brexit" campaign for Britain to leave the EU brilliantly exploited an anxious nation’s concerns about sovereignty and change in an encroaching multicultural world.
For many immigrants, the reasons for migrating to the United States can be similar, however each story is different and unique.
Dressed in his yellow shorts and sports tee, Juan (not his real name), looks like any other kid. He loves soccer, and once a week he trains in a nearby field with the neighborhood team. "I am a mid-fielder," he says with a big smile.
In 2016, the Canadian Orientation Abroad (COA) program celebrates an important milestone – having provided pre-arrival settlement support to 200,000 Canada-bound refugees and immigrants.
As more details indicate the killing of British MP Jo Cox was motivated by her position on migrants and refugees, the United Nations is stepping up its campaign against the "climate of xenophobia" gripping Europe.