Webinar Series from Asylum Access: #Covid19 & Refugee Rights

Asylum Access is hosting a series of webinars for legal empowerment and human rights organizations working for or with refugee communities.

The first one is this Thursday, April 9, called Donors in the Pandemic:

Thursday, 9 April: Donors in the Pandemic Part of the “COVID19 & Refugee Rights” webinar series by Asylum Access 9am Amman, Nairobi / 11:30am Delhi / 1pm Bangkok (in English)

A Davos-style conversation with:

  • Jean-Baptiste Délèze , Diplomat, Human Security Division, Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, Swiss Government
  • Anna Crowley , Division Director, International Migration Initiative, Open Society Foundations

Interlocutor: Emily Arnold-Fernández , President and CEO, Asylum Access

Topics:

  • How are donors thinking about the impact of COVID19 on short- and long-term grant making?
  • How are donors handling COVID-related impacts on current projects, including inability to meet grant deliverables?
  • What do donors want grantees to know?
  • What do donors need from grantees at this time?

You can RSVP here

Future webinars in the series include:

Thursday, 16 April: Effective Advocacy in Uncertain Times

  • How can we plan for advocacy — either to address threats or advance rights — in this moment?

Thursday, 23 April: Public Health and Refugee Rights

  • How can we develop and advance recommendations that advance best practices in both public health and refugees’ human rights?

Thursday, 23 April: Public Health and Refugee Rights

  • How can we develop and advance recommendations that advance best practices in both public health and refugees’ human rights?

Thursday, 30 April: A Shared Advocacy Agenda

  • How can we advance a shared advocacy agenda in this unprecedented moment?

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