McSweeney's has a fantastic series of articles by an anonymous "Bible-college educated evangelical" Christian who decided to try out her missionary skills on a group of Somalian refugees in Portland. The resulting tales are funny and often heartbreaking, drawing a comparison between people trying to adjust to a entirely new way of life, and those among us who feel like outsiders wherever they are.
Assimilate or Go Home: Dispatches from the Stateless Wanderers by DLM
Aleksander Hemon, author of several books about the immigrant experience including the bitter and beautiful novel "The Lazarus Project," has a piece out in Guernica Magazine this month about ethnic education in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This look at how the "ridiculous and demeaning" peace-process has played out in the classroom offers a cutting intro into a complex and fascinating subject.
National Subjects by Aleksander Hemon
Surprising Europe, a series from Al Jazeera, has some great pieces covering the experience of African Migrants in Europe. The episode below is especially salient, about undocumented migrants in Berlin and Amsterdam trying to live inside the paper maze.
Running out of Luck- Surprising Europe
And last but not least, below is a video by the Serbian NGO Praxis (whom I work with) regarding the situation of the legally invisible in Serbia.