The twin calamities of climate change and COVID-19

Jane McAdam
Director, Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law, UNSW Sydney

As Cyclone Harold devasted parts of the Pacific in mid-April, social distancing measures put in place for COVID-19 had to go by the wayside. In Vanuatu, which was the hardest hit, people fled to crowded evacuation centres or bunkered down together to try to shelter from the category 5 storm – the second of its kind to hit the country in five years.

We’re flying blind: The impact of COVID-19 on IDPs

Elizabeth Ferris
Georgetown University

COVID-19: A call to protect internally displaced persons

Muhammad H Zaman
Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Boston University   

Mental health support in emergencies: What working in humanitarian settings has taught me about the COVID-19 outbreak in the West

Rebecca Horn 
Independent psychosocial specialist and Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Global Health and Development, Queen Margaret University, UK

COVID-19, asylum in the EU, and the great expectations of solidarity

Evangelia (Lilian) Tsourdi
Assistant Professor and Dutch Research Council grantee (NWO VENI), the University of Maastricht, The Netherlands

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