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The United Nations estimates that more than 270 million people migrate between countries annually. This section considers the ways in which changes in health are a driver of migration—both within and between countries—as well as how migration and the ways in which people who migrate are treated affect human health.


The Cat-and-Mouse Game of Providing Health Care in Ukraine's Conflict Zone

A Canadian physician reflects on his recent emergency medicine stint along the Ukrainian-Polish border

Multigenerational Voices from the Wreckage of War-Torn Ukraine

We should listen carefully to those under attack, and hear what they have to tell us


Let Ukraine Set the Example for How to Treat Children Caught in Conflict 

The world should protect the safety of children in all war zones, including those who don't make the news


Health Care at Hungary's Border

Hungary has opened its arms and its health-care resources to Ukrainians fleeing Russia's war


Lifting the Curtain on COVID Border Restrictions

Tracking COVID-19 entry policies for Ukrainian refugees


The Fallout for People Forced to Leave Ukraine

The short- and long-term health effects of the Russia-Ukraine war


Ukrainian Culture as Medicine

Six books and movies to soothe the heartbreak of the war in Ukraine


The New Animated Film "Flee" Will Change How You Think About the Refugee Experience

The documentary tells the real-life story of a man who fled Afghanistan as a child


Going Viral

An Interview with author Alina Chan on her new book about the origins of COVID-19


The Global Sentiment of Gratitude

The wondrous ways communities around the world give thanks


Border Management After COVID-19: New Strategies Required

The WHO has an opportunity to align public health and domestic politics on border measures after the pandemic


Rethinking Border Management and Global Health Security after the Pandemic

Border measures will be a more complex and controversial challenge for the post-pandemic world