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refugee crisis

How are refugees affected by COVID-19?
Published April 20, 2020
Paul Spiegel, director of the Center for Humanitarian Health, discusses the critical vulnerabilities that put refugees and asylum seekers at risk during the coronavirus pandemic
Refugees
Tracks of their tears
Published Summer 2018
Alum and NPR reporter Sasha Ingber documents the refugee crisis through the music and culture of displaced people / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Photo feature
A stateless people, a public health crisis
Published Oct 18, 2017
Center for Communication Programs works in Bangladesh to protect the health of the Rohingya during refugee crisis
Global disorder
Coping with the displaced millions
Published Summer 2017
Bloomberg School researchers Paul Spiegel, Len Rubenstein, and Courtland Robinson bring facts and data to the discussion of mass human migration / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Public health
2 Syrian doctors receive BSPH scholarships
Published April 25, 2017
Awards were created in late 2016 in response to country's ongoing conflict, refugee crisis
Public health
Rethinking the refugee crisis
Published March 13, 2017
The Syrian crisis has shown us the need for major reform of humanitarian response, Center for Humanitarian Health's Paul Spiegel says / Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health
Immigration
'New challenges' posed by executive order
Published Feb 9, 2017
Experts convene at SAIS to examine consequences of Trump's executive action on immigration, refugees
Public health
Ethics, impact of refugee ban
Published Feb 3, 2017
At BSPH symposium, experts discuss how President Trump's executive order affects health outcomes, bioethics
Public health
Impact of immigration actions
Published Feb 1, 2017
Bloomberg School to host symposium exploring recent executive order, U.S. refugee resettlement and policy, and related public health and bioethics concerns