The current Covid-19 pandemic has a big impact on the whole world, also on migrants and refugees. Although they are possibly a vulnerable group, there is very little information on how Covid-19 is changing the lives of refugees and migrants.
The ApartTogether study therefore aims to better understand how refugees and migrants experience the impact of Covid-19 on their social lives and mental health, as well as learn about what helps them cope. CHAP has been commissioned by The Public Health Agency of Sweden to analyze data from the study.
ApartTogether is a collaboration between Uppsala University (Sweden); Ghent University (Belgium); Sussex University (UK); University of Toulouse (France); University of Copenhagen (Denmark); Lisbon University (Portugal), University of Sevilla (Spain), National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, NKUA (Greece), and academics of AUSL di Reggio Emilia (Italy).