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Welcome to the 4th Migration Health Development and Research Initiative (MHADRI) newsletter!

Over the past year, MHADRI has had the opportunity to collaborate with a range of partners and look forward to what 2020 will bring!

Key highlights from 2019 include:

- Early career researcher workshops in Nepal and South Africa
Bibliometric training workshop in Manila
- Launch of the IOM-MHADRI-BMJ Series on Migration and Health
- Contribution to the World Migration Report of a chapter on Migration and Health
- Workshop on migration, gender and health in Southern Africa

We look forward to working with you all over the coming year!

Best wishes from
the MHADRI Steering Committee

Don't forget to join the MHADRI network if you haven't yet done so!

Call for papers and multi-media contributions
BMJ Series on Migration and Health

In partnership with the British Medical Journal (BMJ) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM), we are running a series on migration and health. We invite members to submit papers and multi-media contributions.

The BMJ’s migration health series aims to provide insights and perspectives by researchers, policymakers, practitioners, civil society, and migrants themselves on issues, challenges and complexities in advancing migration health. 

Involved in migration and health teaching, training or capacity building initiatives?

Join us in building an open source database of migration and health training resources.

We invite anyone involved in developing or implementing any training or capacity building initiative in the field of migration and health to participate in a short online survey here.

The global Migration, Health, and Development Research Initiative aims to advance evidence-informed global migration health policies and practices that will improve the health and wellbeing of people and communities affected by migration.

Any person who has or is currently undertaking research on advancing knowledge on any aspect(s) of the relationship between migration and health is eligible to be MHADRI network member.  We particularly encourage researchers based in low- and middle-income contexts to join MHADRI.

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