By focusing on the Italian context, this paper explores the human rights violations that migrants systematically experience and that the current health crisis is unveiling and, in turn, producing. In particular, we look at these dynamics by taking into account four issues/dimensions: the access to essential services and benefits, such as food vouchers; working and living conditions; conditions in reception and detention centres; and the denial of entry to reach ports of safety.

Covid-19 and Inequalities. Protecting Human Rights of Migrants in a Time of Pandemic

Letizia Palumbo
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2020-01-01

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By focusing on the Italian context, this paper explores the human rights violations that migrants systematically experience and that the current health crisis is unveiling and, in turn, producing. In particular, we look at these dynamics by taking into account four issues/dimensions: the access to essential services and benefits, such as food vouchers; working and living conditions; conditions in reception and detention centres; and the denial of entry to reach ports of safety.
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