6th Migration Research Lab: “Health, structural inequality and racism: taking stock of data (collection)”
14.07.2022, 13:30-18:00 (CEST), Heyne Haus, University of GöttingenAbstract: Post-migrant minorities, as international research has shown, are disproportionately at risk of Covid-19. The pandemic, however, also illustrated once again that we know too little about the link between health and structural racism in Germany – especially in contrast to the UK or the US. This Research Lab examines the implications of this lack of meaningful data on issues around health, migration and inequality. Specifically, we ask: What relevant data is already available in Germany? What other kind of data do we require? And what ethical issues arise from collecting novel datasets? The event is organized by the research group “Public health and migration” at the Centre for Global Migration Studies at the University of Göttingen.
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