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New Map Depicts 412 Acts of Pandemic-Related Violence And Threats To Health Workers And Services Around The World In 2020

Published: March 3, 2021 | Safeguarding Health In Conflict 

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Facebook Live: The Border is Here, The Crisis is Real for Our Children and the Time is Now

Published: November 3, 2020 | Johns Hopkins Nursing 

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Venezuelans brave COVID wing to bathe, feed sick loved ones

Published: October 27, 20200 | AP News

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CORONAVIRUS EDGE OF EMERGENCY

Published: September 23, 2020 | HUB

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Refugees, asylum seekers unfairly blamed for COVID-19

Published: September 2, 2020 | ANADOLU AGENCY

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How refugee camps in Bangladesh are being defended against covid-19

Published: July 30, 2020 | NewScientist

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Coronavirus Infections Accelerate in Africa

Published: July 23, 2020 | VOA

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The Psychological Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Published: July 20, 2020 | WYPR 88.1FM HD1 On Point

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Syria’s Idlib was already a humanitarian nightmare. Now the coronavirus has arrived

Published: July 16, 2020 | VOX

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Briefing: Coronavirus and the halting of asylum at the US-Mexico border

Published: June 29, 2020 | TheNewHumanitarian

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The potential impact of COVID-19 in refugee camps in Bangladesh and beyond: A modeling study

Published: June  2020 | Medium

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The potential impact of COVID-19 in refugee camps in Bangladesh and beyond: A modeling study

Published: June  2020 | PLOS MEDICINE

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Experts: Global Development Decline Offers Opportunities for Improvement

Published: June 11, 2020 | US News and World Report

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Venezuela: Urgent Aid Needed to Combat Covid-19

Published: May 26, 2020 | Human Rights Watch

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Low- and middle-income countries face up to COVID-19

Published: May 21, 2020 | Nature Medicine

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Coronavirus in the Rohingya camps: Five key issues to watch

Published: May 15, 2020 | TheNewHumanitarian

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ICE Moved Dozens Of Detainees Across The Country During The Coronavirus Pandemic. Now Many Have COVID-19

Published: April 29, 2020 | BuzzFeed News

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6 Solutions To Beat COVID-19 In Countries Where The Usual Advice Just Won't Work

Published: April 26, 2020 | NPR Goats and Sodas

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‘Distancing is impossible’: refugee camps race to avert coronavirus catastrophe

Published: April 24, 2020 | Nature

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COVID-19 public health orders should not target asylum seekers

Published: April 22, 2020 | THEHILL

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HOW ARE REFUGEES AFFECTED BY COVID-19?

Published: April 21, 2020 | HUB

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The COVID-19 excuse? How migration policies are hardening around the globe

Published: April 17, 2020 | TheNewHumanitarian

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Wrestling With COVID-19 Risks in Refugee Camps

Published: April 11, 2020 | VOA

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Determining the Number of Refugees to Be Resettled in the United States: An Ethical and Policy Analysis of Policy-Level Stakeholder Views

Published: April 2020 | Journal of Immigrants and Refugees Studies

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Addressing the needs of vulnerable populations in a pandemic

Published: April 2020 | VOA

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Thousands of Rohingya refugees likely to die from coronavirus, new report warns

Published: April 2020 | The Telegraph

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Refugee Camps Face COVID-19: 'If We Do Nothing, The Harm Is Going To Be So Extreme'

Published: March 2020 | NPR Goats and Soda

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Johns Hopkins' Spiegel Concerned About Lack of Virus Protection for Refugees

Published: March 2020 | Bloomberg

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Venezuela’s Health Care Crisis Now Poses a Global Threat

Published: March 2020 | ForeignPolicy

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Europe "now epicentre of coronavirus pandemic"

Published: March 2020 | BBC SOUNDS

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A Secret Memo Revealed How A Transgender Immigrant Bleeding From Her Rectum Waited 13 Days For Care While Jailed By ICE

Published: March 2020 | BUZZFEED

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The Coronavirus Poses a Big Threat to Refugees and People in Humanitarian Crisis

Published: March 2020 | UN DISPATCH

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Trump’s Budget Would Gut Global Health Programs

Published: February 2020 | HUFFPOST

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Long-awaited CBP plan for migrant health screenings is 'bare bones,' doctor says

Published: January 2020 | CNN Health

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After arrests of protesting doctors, border agency digs in on refusal to vaccinate migrants

Published: December 2019 | CNN Health

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Cured but still contagious: How mixed messages on sexual transmission and breastfeeding may help Ebola spread

Published: October 2019 | The New Humanitarian (formerly IRIN News)

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North Korea's 'lost generation': Weapons-obsessed regime 'indifferent' to its children's suffering

Published: October 2019 | The Telegraph

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North Korean children’s food situation ‘still dire’

Published: October 2019 | ASIA TIMES

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HRNK Report Examines a 'Lost Generation' of North Korean Children Raised During and After 90's Famine.

Published: October 2019 | Radio Free Asia

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US in danger of losing measles-free status, a 'mortifying' effect of anti-vaxx movement

Published: September 2019 | USA TODAY

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When Employer Demands Clash With Health Care Obligations

Published: September 2019 | NPR News

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Medical care for detained migrants violates doctors' oath, say physician in JAMA commentary

Published: August 2019 | NBC NEWS

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Johns Hopkins professors argue ‘dual loyalty’ compromises health care in migrant detention facilities

Published: August 2019 | The Washington Post

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South Kivu reports 5th Ebola case; MSF calls for expanded vaccination

Published: August 2019 | Center for Infection Disease Research and Policy

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Can Any Doctor Ethically Work In A U.S. Immigration Detention Facility?

Published: August 2019 | Forbes

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The US eliminated measles in 2000. The current outbreak could change that

Published: August 2019 | CNN Health

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Border detention centers won't give vaccines, despite flu deaths and potential U.S. outbreaks

Published: August 2019 | Popular Science

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CBP refuses to publicly reveal how many migrants are sick with contagious diseases

Published: August 2019 | CNN Health

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3 migrant children have died from flu in custody, but US won't provide vaccines

Published: August 2019 | USA TODAY

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The US won’t provide flu vaccines to migrant families at border detention camps

Published: August 2019 | CNBC

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Ebola outbreak in Congo is now a public health emergency, WHO declares

Published: July 2019 | Los Angeles Times

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Ebola: 'WHO between a rock and a hard place'

Published: June 2019 | DW Akademie

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Ebola: A Public Health Response in Crisis

Published: June 2019 | The Hub

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U.N. Secretary General has finally found his voice on Venezuela. Now he must find the backbone to get aid to its suffering people

Published: April 2019 | Miami Herald

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 America tries to unseat Nicolás Maduro

Published: April 2019 | The Economist

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Red Cross aid to Venezuela to triple as Maduro stance softens

Published: April 2019 | The Guardian

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The Latest: Maduro calls US vice president 'ridiculous'

Published: April 2019 | Associated Press

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'You Shouldn't Be Here': U.S. Pushes U.N. to Pull Venezuela Envoy's Credentials

Published: April 2019 | New York Times

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Researchers Are Surprised By The Magnitude of Venezuela's Health Crisis

Published: April 2019 | Goats and Soda

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Venezuela’s Humanitarian Emergency Large-Scale UN Response Needed to Address Health and Food Crises

Published: April 2019 | Human Rights Watch

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U.S. Shifts Venzeuela Strategy at UN to Focus on Toll of Crisis

Published: April 2019 | Bloomberg

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UN urged to act as research shows nearly 1,000 attacks on health workers in 2018

Published: April 2019 | Global Health Security 

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Overdue Action Needed to Stop Attacks on Health Care

Published: March 2019 | Global Health Now

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Plight Of Survivors After Cyclone Idai: No Power, No Homes, No Roads

Published: March 2019 | NPR Goats and Soda

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 The World Is Failing Its Refugees

Published: March 2019 | Global Health Now

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 Stories from the Stoop: W. Courtland Robinson

Published: March 2019 | WMPR

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We must stop turning a blind eye to the world’s health crises

Published: March 2019 | WYPR

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The Politics Of Humanitarian Aid

Published: February 2019 | NPR Goats and Soda

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Yemen’s Deadly Cholera Epidemic

Published: February 2019 | JAMA

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In Greece, Unaccompanied Minor Refugees Fall through Service Gaps

Published: February 2019 |  Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health magazine

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What’s Coming In 2019? Global Thinkers Make Big, Bold Predictions

Published: January 2019 |  Goats and Soda

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What impact does migration have on the health of societies?

Published: December 2018 | The Hill

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Migrants don't bring disease. In fact, they help fight it, report says: Migration also boosts economies, the new report notes

Published: December 2018 | NBC News

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Cholera cases in Yemen a 'tremendous' overestimate, warns new US study

Published: December 2018 | The Telegraph

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How A Lost Boy From Sudan Found His True Calling In The U.S.

Published: November 2018 | NPR Goats and Soda

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An inconvenient truth for Trump: Doctors go door-to-door to count the dead from war and storm

Published: September 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

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Nearly a Year After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico Revises Death Toll to 2,975

Published: August 2018 | New York Times

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We must redefine future financing for humanitarian emergencies

Published: August 2018 | Thomson Reuters Foundation News

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Counting the dead: Puerto Rico death count could be even higher

Published: June 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

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I was a 'lost boy' of Sudan and the US welcomed me. More refugees deserve that chance

Published: July 2018 | USA Today

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Syrian Doctor Sees Potential Health Care Solutions for Refugees in Lebanon

Published: Summer 2018 | Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health Magazine

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Border separations could have traumatic impact on children, doctors say

Published: June 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

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Immigrant Children Separated at Border Could Suffer Depression, Disease and Even Earlier Death, Doctor Says

Published: June 2018 | Newsweek

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Dr. Paul Spiegel on Public Health Implications of Immigration Policy

Published: June 2018 | C-SPAN Washingon Journal

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Syrian aid worker has full scholarship to Johns Hopkins, but worries he can’t get a visa

Published: June 2018 | The Baltimore Sun

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Puerto Rico’s Hurricane Maria Death Toll Could Exceed 4,000, New Study Estimates

Published: May 2018 | New York Times

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Displaced doctor hopes to rebuild Syria's health care system in the future

Published: January 2018 | Johns Hopkins Rising to the Challenge

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What The Pileup Of U.S. Disasters Means For The World

Published: September 2017 | NPR Goats and Soda

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 Local Aid Groups Are Key To Disaster Relief. So Why Are They Overlooked?

Published: September 2017 | NPR Goats and Soda

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Humanitarian Aid Is 'Broken,' Says Former U.N. Official

Published: June 2017 | NPR Goats and Soda

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Coping with the displaced millions

Published: Summer 2017 | Johns Hopkins HUB

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How to Fix the Broken Humanitarian System: A Q&A with Paul Spiegel

Published: June 2017 | Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Global Health Now

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Can the New leader of WHO Save the Agency?

Published: May 2017 | U.S. News

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Almost 10,000 Yazidis ‘killed or kidnapped in Isis genocide but true scale of horror may never be known’

Published: May 2017 | Independent

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Health Workers Attacked In 23 Countries Last Year

Published: May 2017 | NPR Goats and Soda

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