As we enter the new year, we want to take a moment to look back at all we have achieved in 2022. From the many articles we published, to our events and changes in our team, this year has been eventful. Without further ado, here are our favorite EOGH moments from last year!
Dr. Kirstin Meier and Ruth Kopelke highlight the need to support the mental health of children in Ukraine, and speak to Serhii Lukashov about some solutions that can make a difference.
The invasion of Ukraine is not only a large-scale humanitarian disaster, but also a catastrophe…
Ensuring the right to health and dignity to all during COVID-19? A focus on asylum seekers in Moria, Greece
“Stay home, wash your hands, social distance” are the guidelines worldwide to prevent spreading of COVID-19. But how do these apply to asylum seekers living in overcrowded camps with scarce WASH facilities in Greece?
‘There will be time to hang out, go to work or on vacation’ – an Account from the Italian Quarantine
The Covid-19 virus is spreading everywhere and faster than we thought, forcing us to change our habits just as quickly – We need to stop, think, and start caring about everyone else, inside and outside our countries.