Media: Andreas Papamichail on the effect of COVID-19 on areas affected by conflict

By Andreas Papamichail

Dr Andreas Papamichail is a lecturer at Queen Mary University of London. Both his teaching and research interests lie at the interface of International Relations and Global Health. He is a fellow of Advance HE (previously the Higher Education Academy) and, while at King’s, won a university-wide award for inclusive education.

As part of Mile End Institute’s video series on COVID-19, Andreas Papamichail speaks on the possible impact of COVID-19 in areas affected by violent conflict where weakened health systems, risks and vulnerabilities, security practices and conflict dynamics can amplify the effects of the pandemic.