A person who. . . reasonably fears persecution because of his/her race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group or political opinion
Target of discrimination
Discrimination is robustly associated with negative health outcomes across the board. But add to that that refugees in essence have fled discriminatino raised to the level of atrocity. What does discrimination mean to them? Might the act of discrimination be not only detrimnental to heal th in its own right, but also an echo of the trauma that led to them becoming a refugee?