Human Rights and Covid-19

Politics of the Coronavirus Pandemic

Human Rights and Covid-19 Graduate Institute Geneva - Global Health Centre "Like previous pandemics, Covid-19 has led to a broad range of human rights violations around the world, from censorship and the silencing of criticism to the excessive use of police force. Minority groups and migrants have found themselves particularly vulnerable to abuse, as well as to Covid-19-related stigma and violence. By Sara (Meg) Davis Special Advisor on Strategy and Partnerships at the Global Health Centre. The Graduate Institute, Geneva." (Photo: Logo GIG)