Covid-19 Does Not Discriminate; Nor Should Our Response

Originally published by United Nations Network on Migration on 20/03/2020


Migrants must be seen as both potential victims and as an integral part of any effective public health response; migrants are particularly vulnerable (poor living and working conditions, language and cultural barriers; cost; a lack of migrant-inclusive health policies; legal, regulatory and practical barriers to health), all measures must be implemented in a non-discriminatory manner and prioritize the protection of the most vulnerable, States must urgently establish non-custodial alternatives to detention, importance of an inclusive approach leaving NO ONE BEHIND

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