Since the dawn of human evolution, humans have migrated across continents in search of food, shelter, safety and hospitable weather.
This series explores the causes and effects of people migration and the issues surrounding it.
What does it mean for the new host countries and the countries left behind?
This series presents the facts but allows the readers to debate their views and form their own opinions.
It includes case studies of historical and present-day examples.
It features 'consider this' boxes to encourage thinking around connected issues such as human rights, racism and integration.
It uses primary source materials to help bring the issues to life.
It is packed with primary source materials and reconstruction artwork.