56 / 2022
Francesco Della Puppa, Fabio Perocco

Introduction: Migrants and Migration in the Eco-Pan-Syndemic Era

In Dve Domovini / Two Homelands volume 54, we pointed out that because of their employment, legal, and housing status, immigrants were particularly vulnerable to the pandemic that arrived in 2020. One year on, those trends have been confirmed, as we highlight in this section.Regarding health, (low-skilled) migrant workers, refugees, and asylum seekers have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic everywhere, regardless of the political system in place.