Webinar: Assessing the Current Realities for People Forced From Home in South Asia

As part of the second edition of the Health and Humanity Summit, Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is organising a webinar to delve into the current EU migration policies, their impact on South Asia, and the repercussions of the two regional migration policies on the health and well-being of forcibly displaced individuals in the region.  

MSF’s recent report, Death, despair and Destitution: the human cost of the EU’s Migration Policies,’ is a stark illustration of the violent tactics sanctioned by EU policies and member states and the increasingly dehumanising political rhetoric from European leaders.

 The EU Migration Report: Assessing the Current Realities for People   Forced from Home in South Asia

 Date: Wednesday, 8 May, 2024

 Platform: Zoom

 Time: 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM IST/9:30 AM –11:00 AM UTC

This webinar caters to professionals in policy, humanitarianism, research organizations, and academia with a profound interest and expertise in migration and intersecting humanitarian issues. We aim to foster a multifaceted discussion, enriching perspectives, and deepening understanding of the challenges faced by those affected. It is an opportunity to engage with key stakeholders and audiences, as we deep-dive into the dynamics of migration deterrence policies in South Asia and their profound implications on health and well-being.

Registration is now closed.


Bianca Benvenuti, MSF Humanitarian Affairs Advisor on Migration

Chloe Marshall-Dent, MSF Humanitarian Advisor on Forced Migration

Klaus Dik Nielsen, Co-Secretary General, Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network (APRRN)

Roshni Shanker, Executive Director, Migration & Asylum Project (MAP)


Prof (Dr) Stephen P. MarksDean, Jindal School of Public Health and Human Development (JSPH), O.P. Jindal Global University

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