Covid-19 is having a devastating impact across the world and on the most vulnerable.
Sara de Jong chairs a panel discussion to explore the impact of Covid-19 on refugees and those engaging in cross-continental migration. This workshop will explore these questions from the viewpoints of six expert speakers from NGOs, activism and academia whose work engages with migrants' rights.
- Emily Arnold-Fernandez, Founder and Executive Director of Asylum Access, USA
- Niamh Ni Bhriain, Programme Coordinator War and Pacification, TNI, The Netherlands
- John Grayson, Independent researcher and adult educator, South Yorkshire Migration and Asylum Action Group, UK
- Dr Adriana Marcela Velasquez Morales, Researcher at the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences- FLACSO, Honduras
- Dr Pia Riggirozzi, Professor of Global Politics, University of Southampton, UK
- Dr Sara De Jong, Department of Politics, University of York.
Image: Peru: supporting Venezuelan migrants and refugees in times of coronavirus by S.Castañeda (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
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