This webinar, on Wednesday, 30 March 2022, 3 – 4.30 PM CET, is organised by the Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies and the Lancet Migration European Regional Hub. The webinar aims to engage in-depth with context-specific health priorities in the Ukraine crisis. Panellists will share their experiences to provide data about the current state and future of the humanitarian crisis to prepare and respond to the crisis. The webinar will also focus on the health needs and access to healthcare and health services for people on the move.


Irina Shevchenko, Nezabutni Charitable Foundation, Ukraine

Dr Ela Czapka, Assistant Professor, University of Gdańsk, Poland

Dr Apostolos Veizis, INTERSOS Hellas, Thessaloniki, Greece; Lancet Migration European Regional Hub

Yannis Vardakastanis, President of International Disability Alliance and European Disability Forum

Speaker TBA, Emergency Response, International Medical Corps

Teymur Noori, Migrant Health, European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control

Co-Chaired by:

Dr Sally Hargreaves, The Migrant Health Research Group, Institute for Infection and Immunity, St George’s, University of London; Lancet Migration European Regional Hub

Prof Davide Mosca, Realizing Health SDGs for Migrants, Displaced and Communities; Lancet Migration European Regional Hub

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