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Improving the health of migrants

Better health for migrants isn’t simply a moral imperative. It is an evidence informed, economically wise choice that will improve health for all. It is a choice that must be made in defiance of populism, prejudice, and political expediency.

BMJ series on migration and health

In partnership with the British Medical Journal (BMJ) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM), we are excited to launch a new series on migration and health.

Early Career Workshop: Migration and Health in Southern Africa

29TH AND 30TH JULY 2019 HUMANITIES GRADUATE CENTRE SEMINAR ROOM, UNIVERSITY OF THE WITWATERSRAND, JOHANNESBURG We invite applications for a two-day workshop aimed at postgraduate students and postdoctoral fellows working on migration and health in southern Africa.  Sessions will be run on methods and…

Research Assistant in Gender, Migration and Health Systems (Berlin)

Department of Global Health & Development Salary:  £34,238 to £39,304 per annum, inclusive. Closing Date:  Friday 19 July 2019 Reference:  PHP-GHD-2019-12 The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is a world-leading centre for research and postgraduate education in public and global health. Our mission…

Call for Papers – Promoting the health of migrant and displaced populations in the Eastern Mediterranean Region

The Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal (EMHJ) is leading a thematic issue on migrants, refugees and displaced populations (asylum seekers, internally displaced populations and returnees).

Establishing a network of experts – accessibility and availability of medical treatments and medications in countries of origin

The European Asylum Support Office (EASO) needs to contract a worldwide network of experts providing accurate information on accessibility and availability of medical treatments and medications in countries of origin

[Call for applicants] IOM Internship: Migration Health Division

The successful candidate will support day-to-day strategic activities and liaison to strengthen the Division’s ability to bridge the needs of migrants and IOM Member States through evidence-based policy activities, and thus to ensure the delivery of equitable, rights-based and accessible migration health programmes and initiatives for its beneficiaries.