powerful photos from the frontline of the venezuelan migration crisis
Photographer John Guerrero captures some of the 5,000 people who leave La Parada every single day, embarking on a dangerous and harrowing journey for a chance at a better life.
migrant mums through the lens of their first gen daughters
As a country enriched by diverse migrant cultures, Australia is home to countless strong mums who gave up all they knew to find a better life for their families. For Mother’s Day this year, i-D celebrates the impact and power of these women and meet...
tapz makes music for immigrants, outsiders, and anyone who needs it
The rapper is leading New Zealand hip hop’s smartest conversations.
young immigrants talk about making a life in australia
What does it mean to be Australian? To build a life here? Last year it was reported that 28 percent of the population was born overseas. That number has been increasing steadily for 15 years. In 2017, being Australian often means making the choice to...
the electronic-ambient revolution with bonobo
Transitioning the listener from ground level consciousness to higher planes, Bonobo releases his most experimental body of work to date.
why is it so hard to talk about the biracial experience?
The Pin is a story telling project that wants you to stop asking, "Where are you from?"
on the migrant trail: documenting the search for a better life
Foreigner: Migration Into Europe, is a photographic response to the sensationalist and alarmist imagery coming out of Europe’s refugee crisis. Turning the photographer’s lens into an instrument of compassion, recording with honesty the stories of the...