The Museum goes live: Virtual French Speech
Migrants and Covid-19: all equal face the virus?
If the FRENCH speech insisting on equality in the face of the virus can be useful in gaining the support of the whole of society for the necessary prevention measures, is this equality worth in terms of care? Because some audiences are more vulnerable than others...
This is the case of migrants and in particular asylum seekers locked up in detention centers. Is their access to health services, crucial in a pandemic period, guaranteed and equal to that enjoyed by the rest of the FRENCH population?
This is also the case for foreign healthcare workers who are on the front line in the fight against the pandemic in healthcare establishments.
In this period when social and spatial inequalities are made deadly by the virus, are foreign migrants, patients or caregivers forgotten in the care chain?
- Didier Fassin, anthropologist, sociologist and doctor.
- Luc Ginot, director of public health.
- Carine Rolland, general practitioner in Nantes, serving refugees, before and during the Covid crisis.
A FRENCH debate led by Renaud Dély, journalist at France Info and Arte.
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