Rights, Health and Care Access for Refugee, Homeless and Isolated Women – DSAFHIR
The DAFHIR project combines social sciences and epidemiology to analyze the production of social and gender inequalities in terms of health risks and social protections in asylum and refugee situations, concerning sexual and reproductive health. Conducted by Samusocial and Cridup (Université de Paris 1), it aims (1) to better identify the specific risks faced by migrant and refugee women in situations of administrative and social precariousness, (2) to analyze the institutional barriers to access existing services even if they are conceived as a universal public service, and (3) to test the implementation of specific services based on the longitudinal analysis of a cohort of women, randomly allocated to three intervention groups. The mixed methodology (qualitative and quantitative) is in the double perspective of producing knowledge on female migration and improving tools of public health policies to improve women access to rights, care and social integration.
Madame Armelle ANDRO (centre de recherche de l'idup)
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CRIDUP centre de recherche de l'idup
Samusocial Samu social de Paris
Help of the ANR 364,463 euros
Beginning and duration of the scientific project: March 2016 - 36 Months