The UN World Health Organisation (WHO) is demanding Europe create “culturally sensitive, refugee-friendly healthcare systems” which provide equal access to public health services for third world migrants “regardless of their legal status”.
In its first report on the health of non-European migrants living on the continent, WHO Europe cites “xenophobia” and “sovereignism” — the defence of national sovereignty — as “major” barriers in the way of establishing “refugee- and migrant-friendly healthcare systems” across the entire region.
According to the globalist heath body, which says it is “making progress in implementing its goals”, Europe should provide “quality and affordable health coverage as well as social protection for all refugees and migrants regardless of their legal status” through systems which are “culturally and linguistically sensitive”.
In a foreword which describes “population movement” as a “defining phenomena of our time” as a result of global “economic inequalities”, WHO Migration and Health Programme chief Santino Severoni declares that “the contribution of refugees and migrants… in developing the societies in which we currently live should not be forgotten”, claiming “migration has always been a reality for [Europe]”.
“The most important is the access to health services. To improve their health, it is important to fill the gap for access to basic care,” Severoni told AFP.
Alleging that “health is very politicised and used as a tool of fear”, Severoni claimed that — in the face of “people, and some governments … reacting emotionally when it comes to newcomers because of the lack of information and data” — that the report provides “a wonderful opportunity to diffuse false myths, misperceptions and negative narrative”.