Health of Displaced People in the Context of Climate Change & Restrictive Migration Policies
Restrictive policies & climate change are key determinants of health for migrants from Central America. The confluence of environmental degradation in the Northern Triangle of Central America & eroding migrant protection increases already high risks to migrants' safety & health at every stage of their migration process. This project examines how environmental changes in the region impact migration & health patterns to inform humanitarian responses & migration policies.
|Climate Change, Governance, Migration|
Linn Biorklund Belliveau, Project Lead
Research Trip to Mexico Fosters New Connections | 21 October 2019
Researchers Speak on Climate Change, Migration & Health at Climate Strike Event | 23 September 2019
Community Scholars Advocate at Refugee Health Conference | 20 June 2019
Community Scholar will Present Report-Back on Research Trip | 15 April 2019
Journal Club on "Unauthorised Migration" | 14 December 2018
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