O'Neill Institute  |  September 11, 2018

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In the context of TB, many countries from all regions and income classifications are failing to apply sound, human rights-based disease control in the context of migration. Our report focuses on the urgent need to replace four discriminatory approaches with rights-based approaches, including: restrictions on entry, stay and residence on the basis of TB or health status; legal restrictions on access to medical services for migrants; migration detention, forced deportation and continuity of care; and requirements that migrants and refugees with tuberculosis undergo coercive TB treatment, including as a condition for entry or legal status.

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