Select a developing (emerging) country and explain how the country deals with the concept of chronemics. Justify your response and describe your findings with examples. Bring in at least one high-quality source to augment your discussion (peer-reviewed high-quality references are found in the online library). Remember to bring in information from the Bluen background reading.
Among these questions, one of the most challenging for nations to answer is how, and to what extent, to provide healthcare to refugees and migrants. Though infrastructural systems are in place attempting to target the specific needs of migrant groups, current policies have been ineffective at remediating existing systematic health disparities faced by migrants as compared to native populations. This paper first seeks to outline the international and national legal frameworks which provide refugees with the right to treatment, followed by an examination and comparison of current policy and ground level implementation in Germany, which is home to a significant population of migrants from Syria and neighboring countries, versus the United States of America, which hosts significant populations of migrants from Central and Latin America. An analysis of the efficacy and shortfalls of current health policy responses to sizeable populations of forced migrants is incomplete without consideration of the fundamental question of whether nations have an obligation to provide certain guaranteed health provisions and, if so, to whom. International human law has established health as a right. The Constitution of the World Health Organization recognizes the fundamental right of every human being to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health “…without distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition” in its Preamble (World Health Organization). Moreover, in the widely adopted UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the right to health is proclaimed as the right of everyone to ‘‘a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including…medical care and necessary social services’’(United Nations). Despite the utilization of language that provides extensive room for interpretation and variation in definition and practice, the right to health, having been established in >GET ANSWER