Why the global response to COVID-19 must address the needs of migrants

Migrants are an essential part of the global economy and in many countries, they have become an integral part of key industries such as health care. In the era of Universal Health Coverage and “leaving no one behind”, migrants must also be an integral part of the public health response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Four Loko and the broader issue of alcohol abuse: a particular concern for migrant groups

Kaitlin Hodge Alcohol abuse has been established to have far-reaching negative implications. The WHO estimates that every year alcohol consumption causes 2.5 million deaths and 69.4 million Disability-Adjusted Life Years […]

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