'Human Rights, Discrimination and the Unequal Impact of COVID-19 on Persons in Vulnerable Positions'
Virtual workshop via Zoom
- Ended on June 23, 2020 -
Online Workshop Introduction
An online workshop has been held with CSOs from Korea and Europe to cope with human rights and discrimination amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Under the umbrella theme of human rights, the rights of minorities including persons with disabilities, migrant workers, and LGBTI were discussed to enhance greater understanding and exchange between Korean and EU CSOs about their respective activities, best practices and challenges in addition to strategies and tools to better engage civil participation.
Nena Georgantzi, Human Rights Coordinator, AGE Platform Europe
Ageism and COVID-19: Do Human Rights have a Best Before Date?
Hanhee Park, Lawyer, Korean Lawyers for Public Interest and Human Rights
COVID-19: Hatred and Stigma against LGBTI
Reshad Jalali, Policy Officer at the European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE)
The impact of COVID-19 on Refugees and Migrant Communities
Young-ah Kim, Executive Director of Migration to Asia Peace
COVID-19: Impact on migrants and refugees and CSOs response in the Republic of Korea