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Hi, this is Megha and today we’re covering a WHO report that sheds light on refugees and migrants facing greater health problems because of their legal status. As the number of monkeypox cases rise, there are fears it is too late to prevent a global spread. Plus, Bachelet’s Xinjiang report continues to face roadblocks.

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⛔Legal status of refugees main barrier in access to healthcare, says WHO. Millions of refugees and migrants are being denied access to quality healthcare in their host countries due to their legal identities, according to a report released by the World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday. This comes at a time when the number of people fleeing their homes is increasing worldwide. The report, the WHO’s first major global review of refugee and migrant health, calls for urgent and collective action to help these vulnerable populations.

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Martin Ennals Award 2023 – Call for Nominations. Nominations are now open for the Martin Ennals Award 2023 until July 31, 2022! The Martin Ennals Award for Human Rights Defenders honours individuals and organisations who have shown exceptional commitment to defending human rights, despite the risks involved, and who are in need of protection.

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