We must support those facing this crisis, says the award-winning architect whose family fled fascist Italy in 1939
“Aiding the sick is a fundamental facet of our shared humanity. Healthcare, like shelter and food, is a basic human right, and it is the way that we help those who arrive on our shores with nothing that is the benchmark of our civilisation. … The biggest movement of people since the second world war needs the biggest response we can offer. One way or another, it is what our generation will be remembered for.”
Richard Rogers is an architect . He is a Trustee of Doctors of the World UK.