Listen to our collaboration with Reveal, from the Center for Investigative Reporting, in which we followed unaccompanied children travelling to Europe and the US.
An investigation into Europe’s refugee crisis finds more than 95,000 children who arrived without any adult claimed asylum in 2015
Court of Appeal rules allows Home Office to resume deportations to Afghanistan.
Teenagers who have lived for years in the UK are being sent back to countries where Isis and Taliban militants are rampant.
Frontex director Fabrice Leggeri (left) and European Commission official Dana Spinant at House of Lords committee Frontex, the EU’s external border agency, is being given a 54% budget rise next year...
Member states failing to supply the EU’s border agency with border guards.
As member states struggle to respond to the migration crisis, the Bureau investigates the European Union’s external border agency.
We spent months tracking former child asylum seekers from Afghanistan being deported once they reached the age of 18.
Over the past year Maeve McClenaghan has tracked several young Afghans who arrived in the UK as child asylum seekers. Listen to their stories and their fights to stay.
Children who have arrived in the UK from Afghanistan are sent back after years integrating into Britain.