Towards inclusionary and diversity-sensitive public health: the consequences of exclusionary othering in public health using the example of COVID-19 management in German reception centres and asylum camps.

Tallarek M, Bozorgmehr K, Spallek J (2020)
BMJ global health 5(12): e003789.

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Tallarek, Marie; Bozorgmehr, KayvanUniBi ; Spallek, Jacob
Abstract / Bemerkung
The German government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been predominantly considered wellfounded. Still, the practice of mass quarantine in reception centres and asylum camps has been criticised for its discrimination of refugees and asylum seekers. Building on the concept of othering, this article argues that processes of othering are structurally anchored in German asylum regulations and they have further pervaded public health measures against COVID-19. The practice of mass quarantine made the negative consequences of exclusionary othering for public health particularly noticeable. In the light of recent data indicating this measure to be epidemiologically, legally and ethically insufficient, we apply the concept of othering to public health and discuss (1) exclusionary, (2) inclusionary and (3) diversity-sensitive approaches to public health. We finally conclude that a shift of perspective from exclusion to inclusion, from subordination to empowerment and from silencing to participation is urgently required. © Author(s) (or their employer(s)) 2020. Re-use permitted under CC BY-NC. No commercial re-use. See rights and permissions. Published by BMJ.
Erscheinungsjahr
2020
Zeitschriftentitel
BMJ global health
Band
5
Ausgabe
12
Art.-Nr.
e003789
eISSN
2059-7908
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2949983

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Tallarek M, Bozorgmehr K, Spallek J. Towards inclusionary and diversity-sensitive public health: the consequences of exclusionary othering in public health using the example of COVID-19 management in German reception centres and asylum camps. BMJ global health. 2020;5(12): e003789.
Tallarek, M., Bozorgmehr, K., & Spallek, J. (2020). Towards inclusionary and diversity-sensitive public health: the consequences of exclusionary othering in public health using the example of COVID-19 management in German reception centres and asylum camps. BMJ global health, 5(12), e003789. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjgh-2020-003789
Tallarek, M., Bozorgmehr, K., and Spallek, J. (2020). Towards inclusionary and diversity-sensitive public health: the consequences of exclusionary othering in public health using the example of COVID-19 management in German reception centres and asylum camps. BMJ global health 5:e003789.
Tallarek, M., Bozorgmehr, K., & Spallek, J., 2020. Towards inclusionary and diversity-sensitive public health: the consequences of exclusionary othering in public health using the example of COVID-19 management in German reception centres and asylum camps. BMJ global health, 5(12): e003789.
M. Tallarek, K. Bozorgmehr, and J. Spallek, “Towards inclusionary and diversity-sensitive public health: the consequences of exclusionary othering in public health using the example of COVID-19 management in German reception centres and asylum camps.”, BMJ global health, vol. 5, 2020, : e003789.
Tallarek, M., Bozorgmehr, K., Spallek, J.: Towards inclusionary and diversity-sensitive public health: the consequences of exclusionary othering in public health using the example of COVID-19 management in German reception centres and asylum camps. BMJ global health. 5, : e003789 (2020).
Tallarek, Marie, Bozorgmehr, Kayvan, and Spallek, Jacob. “Towards inclusionary and diversity-sensitive public health: the consequences of exclusionary othering in public health using the example of COVID-19 management in German reception centres and asylum camps.”. BMJ global health 5.12 (2020): e003789.

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