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ACM SIGCAS/SIGCHI Conference on Computing and Sustainable Societies (COMPASS)
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a significant impact on people's lives worldwide. Research has shown that these impacts are distinct for different populations and often exasperate existing inequities and challenges. Within this landscape, the experiences of refugees with disabilities and mental health challenges are understudied. There is a need to better understand the challenges that refugees with disabilities and their families face in host countries during the pandemic anddoi:10.1145/3530190.3534851 fatcat:wji4fjzlpfgpzphyfialrqjjny