DERMATOLOGY, MIGRATION AND HUMAN RIGHTS
IX International Congress of Dermatology, Beijing, 19-22 maggio 2004. P. 116-117
People are increasingly on the move for political, humanitarian, economic and environmental reasons. This population mobility has health and human rights implications both for migrants and for those they leave behind. Migrants often face serious obstacles to good health due to discrimination, language and cultural barriers, legal status, and other economic and social difficulties.