Man staring at blackboard with graph showing COVID-19 rising and economy falling

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How Will the IMF Help the World Recover from COVID-19?

A Q&A with SIS Professor Tamar Gutner on the role of the IMF in global recovery from the economic recession resulting from the novel coronavirus
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A group of refugees wear masks.

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How Refugees Are Especially Vulnerable to COVID-19

SIS professor Tazreena Sajjad discusses how refugees around the world are especially vulnerable to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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President Donald J. Trump, joined by Vice President Mike Pence and members of the White House COVID-19 Coronavirus task force, addresses reporters Saturday, April 4, 2020, in the James S. Brady White House Press Briefing Room.

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Clear, Consistent Health Messaging Critical to Limiting Coronavirus Deaths

When a government's health messaging during a crisis is inconsistent or unrealistic, it engenders the kind of confusion, misinformation and non-cooperation seen in the US and UK.
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Health care worker looks at COVID-19 map on a computer in Côte d'Ivoire.

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Coronavirus: Here's Why Rich Neighbors Should Help Developing Economies

While countries like the US and Italy have been among the hardest hit, the pandemic is severely straining the health systems and economies of countries across the world.
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Agricultural worker in factory sorts apples off a conveyor belt

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How COVID-19 Affects Undocumented Workers

SIS professor Nina Yamanis explains how a lack of access to health care and financial assistance creates especially dangerous circumstances for undocumented workers during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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From left to right: Lidia Awad, Dr. Kiersten Johnson, and Sidney Larsen.

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AU YouthMappers Change Their World by Mapping It

Thanks to the new YouthMappers chapter at AU, students can support international development projects—including disaster relief, emergency preparedness, migration crises, and food security—from their own couches.
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