GlobeLife seminar: Equity in health for refugees and migrants – European challenges and opportunities
- Date: –16:00
- Location: Zoom https://ki-se.zoom.us/j/61842463275
- Lecturer: Malin Ahrne, Public health Agency of Sweden, Elisabeth Waagensen, Regional Office for WHO European Region, Prof. Dr. Meryam Schouler-Ocak Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Ilham Moallim, Somali National Association in Sweden
- Organiser: GlobeLife
- Contact person: Soorej Jose Puthoopparambil
Title: Equity in health for refugees and migrants – European challenges and opportunities
Organisers: Sofie Bäärnhielm, Karolinska Institutet, & Soorej Jose Puthoopparambil, Uppsala University
The number of refugees and migrants has increased during the recent years, as did the health inequalities amongst this group and between them and the host communities. The health of refugees and migrants is a global health priority. This GlobeLife seminar will explore challenges and opportunities in addressing health inequalities among refugees and migrants
Soorej Jose Puthoopparambil
WHO Collaborating center on Migration and Health Data and Evidence
Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, Uppsala University
Transkulturellt Centrum, Region Stockholm
Kayleigh Marie Carter (UU) Lamessa Kumera Jalata (UU) Prarthna Mohanty (GU)
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