Nadejda Marques

Visiting Assistant Professor of Public Policy

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Nadejda Marques

Nadejda Marques teaches and researches the intersection of public health, migration and human rights. How do human rights principles apply to public health challenges and vulnerable and high-risk populations, particularly migrants and those fleeing violence, extreme poverty or forcibly displaced by the climate crisis? Marques has written on a range of topics, including resettlement of refugees, internally displaced and former combatants in Angola, public health in sub-Saharan Africa, and school health services in the United States. She will teach Public Health, Migration and Human Rights at Wesleyan University in the Spring 2024. 

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Spring 2024: Wednesdays 10-12PM and by appointment.


Spring 2024
CSPL 224 - 01
Public Health, Migration, HR