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Researchers in Politics and International Relations discuss Coronavirus

Published: 27 April 2020
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The impact of Coronavirus continues to reverberate across the globe, with millions of people affected. Our academic community is considering the impact of the virus and sharing their expert views in blog posts and articles.

Professor Christian Enemark discusses policy dilemmas and the balancing act between risk and reward when considering government action.

Find out more by visiting International affairs website.

Head of Department and Professor of Global Politics, Pia Riggirozzi co-authored a piece related to her GCRF funded project 'Redressing Gendered Health Inequalities of Displaced Women and Girls in Context of Protracted Crisis in Central and South America.'

Along with Jean Grugel and Natalia Cintra, she argues that there's an urgent need for rights-based health policies to protect the health and well-being of displaced women and girls in Latin America. Health policy neglect is particularly worrying amongst indigenous women, such as those from the Warao communities, who are part of the thousands of Venezuelans that have fled to Boa Vista.

Find out more by visiting open democracy website.

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