Online event- Rights in Light of Covid-19: Race and Migration | ARTLECTURE
  • Online event- Rights in Light of Covid-19: Race and Migration
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In a new series of online events, Autograph is exploring human rights in light of Covid-19 – and the impact on civil liberties now and in the future.


Join us for the first event discussing race, racism, immigration and free movement in the context of the global pandemic, with a focus on the UK.

Our speakers will be Jabeer Butt (Chief Executive of Race Equality Foundation) and Colin Yeo (immigration barrister and Editor of the Free movement blog).

In a livestreamed conversation, they will consider:

• Health inequality and the impact of coronavirus on BAME communities

• The role structural racism plays in the experience of the pandemic

• Access to healthcare for asylum seekers and migrants under the UK’s hostile environment policy

• The impact on the immigration system and on migrants and their families

The talk will be followed by a Q&A with the audience.

Find out more bit.ly/2UsvamH


  •   Rotimi Fani-Kayode, Twins, 1988. Courtesy Autograph, London.


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