LOST GENERATION: THE HEALTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS OF NORTH KOREAN CHILDREN, 1990–2018
Ever since its founding, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) has remained isolated from much of...
Challenges to ethical obligations and humanitarian principles in conflict
Abstract Background: Humanitarian health care organizations and health workers working in contexts of armed or...
Can Physicians Work in US Immigration Detention Facilities
The modern successor to the Hippocratic oath, called the Declaration of Geneva, was updated and approved by...
Ebola virus disease and breastfeeding: time for attention
This year's Global Nutrition Cluster meeting in July, 2019, offered a platform on which to discuss all...
Venezuelan Migration and the Border Health Crisis in Colombia and Brazil
Venezuela’s economic crisis has triggered mass migration; more than 3.4 million...
Responding to epidemics in large-scale humanitarian crises: a case study
Large epidemics frequently emerge in conflict-affected states. We examined the cholera response...
Political violence in Sudan: the need for a coordinated, locally led humanitarian health response
Since the fall of former Sudan President Omar al-Bashir's regime in April, 2019, the political and security...
International failure in northwest Syria: humanitarian health catastrophe demands action
The 9-year conflict in Syria has resulted in one of the worst humanitarian crises of our generation, with more than...
Trainings for Infectious Disease Outbreaks and Other Emergencies in Low and Middle Income Country
Background As part of the Global Health Security Agenda, the U.S. Centers for Disease...
Gender Differences in Violence and Other Human Rights Abuses Among Migrant
We describe human rights violations against migrant workers at the Thailand-Myanmar border, and evaluate...
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