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Lucy Hall,
University of Amsterdam
Gendered images of refugees contribute to how we understand who is deserving of protection and who is not.
Jaimie Veale,
Our findings illustrate the stark contrast and health inequities between trans and non-binary people and the general population, especially in the areas of mental health and wellbeing, including the very high rates of psychological distress and suicide attempts within our communities.
Allison Petrozziello,
Wilfrid Laurier University
This article discusses the ways babies born to migrant and refugee women are being excluded from birth registration and calls for rights defenders to recognize and resist these practices. It focuses on the Dominican Republic’s denial of birth certificates for people of Haitian descent, and an action-research project ai
Tazkia Tarannum,
Queen Mary, University of London
Understanding and emphasising on social determinants of healths and inequality is as important as focusing on biological or clinical causes of female adolescent malnutrition especially in lower middle income countries like Bangladesh which can have both undernutrition and overnutrition. Tackling malnutrition should be
Marie dela Rama,
This research presents an overview of six anti-corruption commissions that are present in the Asia-Pacific region in order to compare the experience of regulatory efforts to address corruption and its effects. The cases are used to discuss Australia’s attempts to create a similar body.