Public health and WASH / Non-signatory States and the international refugee regime

67

FMR issue 67’s main feature on Public health and WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) explores challenges, responses and innovations across a wide range of settings. A second feature focuses on Non-signatory States and the international refugee regime.

 

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We are grateful to Michelle Farrington and Ryan Schweitzer for their assistance on the public health and WASH feature, and to Maja Janmyr for her partnership on the non-signatory States feature. We would like to thank all our regular donors for their generous support, and the following donors for supporting FMR 67 specifically: Durham University, FORMAS grant #2017-01941,  European Research Council (ERC Starting Grant 2019, grant number No 851121), International Organization for Migration, Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, UNHCR and UNICEF.

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