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Covid-19: Lessons learned and future challenges
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Covid-19 and humanitarian action
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Interview with Bruno Cabanes, historian specialised in contemporary history. He is the Donald G. and Mary A. Dunn Chair in Military History at Ohio State University in the United States and the author of the book Un siècle de réfugiés : Photographier l’exil.
Interview conducted by Boris Martin, chief editor of Humanitarian Alternatives.
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Largely unnoticed during the periods of containment brought about in Europe by the Covid-19 pandemic, the international protection of persons who had to flee persecution or countries in situations of armed conflict was largely rendered impossible. Firstly, because the borders of the Schengen area were closed. Secondly, because the asylum application procedure was totally interrupted for several weeks. This was the case in Île-de-France and Dominique Kerouedan's article masterfully retraces what was already considered a serious infringement of a fundamental freedom.
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