As COVID-19 has made the vulnerability of migrant workers more visible and exacerbated while the global pandemic is far from ending, it is more important than ever before to increase the capacity of civil society in both countries of origin and destination addressing rights of migrants to work collectively together. According to our latest study, there is a demand and needs for further activating and strengthening the cross-regional advocacy platforms!
HRWG Indonesia in collaboration with Sasakawa Peace Foundation (SPF) and BEBESEA invites you to join a public discussion themed “The Future of East and Southeast Asia Cooperation for Protecting the Rights of Migrants: The Roles of Civil Society” which will be held on:
🗓️ : 11 March 2021
⏰ : 02:00 – 04:00 PM (Jakarta/Bangkok time)
The public discussion will be held on Zoom meeting (limited). Registration can be made through http://tiny.cc/Discussion1103. The discussion will also be available on Youtube Live.
We look forward to seeing you this Thursday. Register yourself now and see you soon!
COVID-19 pandemic has made vulnerabilities of migrant workers more visible and exacerbated all over the world. While the pandemic still continues to impact the rights of migrant workers and their families, it is more important than ever before to increase awareness...