HST405H1: Global Migration and Health



Over the past decades, economic globalization, widening socio-economic inequities, conflict, natural disasters, environmental degradation, and, more recently, climate change have combined to become increasingly significant forces shaping global migration fluxes. This course analyzes the impact of migration on the health of those who move and of individuals, communities and entire societies in countries of origin, transit, arrival, and resettlement. It adopts an interdisciplinary approach, incorporating scholarly work from the fields of public health, the social sciences, law, and human rights.

HST307H1 (Special Topics in Health Studies I: Globalization, Migration and Health), offered in Winter 2017, Winter 2018, and Winter 2019
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