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Participate in a Public Talk on ‘Health and Migration’

Project Updates


1 Mar 2012

“Migration is a fact of life and governments face the challenge of integrating the health needs of migrants into national plans, policies and strategies” – as reported by the World Health Organization (March 2010).

Along the same line of thought, ASEF Public Health Network will organise a Public Talk “Health and Migration: perspectives from Asia and Europe” on 7 March 2012 in Barcelona, Spain. It will be co-organised with Casa Asia.

This event will be an interactive forum to discuss different socio-economic and cultural determinants that affect migrants’ health across Asia and Europe. Eminent speakers from the two regions will share their insights on topics including – various social determinants of migrants’ health, multi-sectoral efforts to address migrants’ health and recommendations for Asia–Europe collaboration on health and migration.

Representatives from ASEM embassies, academia, corporations, UN agencies and other international non-profit organisations and the media are invited to participate.

Interested individuals, organisations and media representatives who wish to attend the event can register by sending an email to

Event details are below:

Date:                 Wednesday 7 March 2012

Timing:              7 pm – 8.30 pm

Venue:               Tagore’s Auditorium, Casa Asia

Av. Diagonal, 373, Barcelona 08008

Admission is free

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