GHI grants supported early research now published in "Migration and Health in Social Context" in the BMJ Global Health Journal, featuring Georgetown professors addressing ways in which social, political, and economic factors impede or facilitate health among migrants seeking clinical care globally.
Migration and Refugees
Georgetown University takes a multidisciplinary approach to the issues of migration and refugees.
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This certificate program is offered by the Institute for the Study of International Migration through the School of Continuing Studies. Participants discuss global migration trends, national and local security conditions, and social issues driving contemporary immigration policy and enforcement.