CHCI-GHI 2020-2021 Webinar - “Interventions from the South"
CHCI-GLOBAL HUMANITIES INSTITUTE 2020-2021

Migration, Logistics and Unequal Citizens in Contemporary Global Context
Webinar Series

“Interventions from the South: Theoretical Perspectives and Pragmatic Issues of Migration, Logistics and Unequal Citizens in the Context of the Covid-19 Pandemic ”

JANUARY 13, 2021
10:00 AM-07:00 PM Taipei Time (GMT+8)
06:00 PM (12th Jan.)-03:00 AM (13th Jan.) PST
09:00 PM (12th Jan.)-06:00 AM (13th Jan.) EST
03:00 AM (13th Jan.)-12:00 AM (13th Jan.) CET
04:00 AM (13th Jan.)-13:00 AM (13th Jan.) SAST
01:00 PM (13th Jan.)-10:00 PM (13th Jan.) AEDT

JANUARY 14, 2021
10:00 AM-09:00 PM Taipei Time (GMT+8)
06:00 PM (13th Jan.)-03:00 AM (14th Jan.) PST
09:00 PM (13th Jan.)-06:00 AM (14th Jan.) EST
03:00 AM (14th Jan.)-12:00 AM (14th Jan.) CET
04:00 AM (14th Jan.)-13:00 AM (14th Jan.) SAST
01:00 PM (14th Jan.)-10:00 PM (14th Jan.) AEDT

*Please double-check your time zone or write to us if needed.

Venue: Zoom

** This webinar will proceed in English.
**本場線上研討會將以英文進行

For more information, please click on
https://ghi2020.web.nctu.edu.tw/registration-chci-ghi-2020-2021-webinar-interventions-from-the-south/

The webinar "Interventions from the South: Theoretical Perspectives and Pragmatic Issues of Migration, Logistics and Unequal Citizens in the Context of the Covid-19 Pandemic" is an integral part of multiple events organized by the CHCI-GLOBAL HUMANITIES INSTITUTE 2020-2021: Migration, Logistics and Unequal Citizens in Contemporary Global Context.

Migration has become a critical field of study for social scientists due to the harsh realities and rising inequality migrants are subject to. Asia, though hosting a substantial portion of the world’s migrants, provides the poorest protection and fewest policies for advancing migrants’ rights and livelihoods. This webinar aims to feature some of the most crucial queries and questions revolving around ‘migration’. It provides an interdisciplinary platform where distinguished scholars of the CHCI-GLOBAL HUMANITIES INSTITUTE 2020-2021 and Asia-based migrant rights activists and NGOs present their research and professional observations of the complexities of migrant issues in the context of the global COVID-19 pandemic.

The webinar encompasses four themes: (1) Precarious Conditions and the Legality/Illegality Divide of Migrant Workers; (2) Multidirectional Unequal Care and Unequal Rights; (3) Lawless Ocean: Fishermen at Sea; and (4) Transnational Care during the Pandemic. It consists of six panels:

JANUARY 13, 2021

PANEL-I: Precarious Conditions and the Legality/Illegality Divide of Migrant Workers (10.00AM - 12.50PM)
PANEL-II: Multidirectional Unequal Care and Unequal Rights (14.00-15.40)
PANEL-III: Controversies Over Legality/Illegality and Citizens/Noncitizens (16:30-18.25)

JANUARY 14, 2021

PANEL- IV: Lawless Ocean: Fishermen at Sea (10.00 AM - 11.55 AM)
PANEL- V: Transnational Care During The Pandemic (13:00-14:40)
PANEL- VI: Migrant Rights Protection in the in (post)pandemic era: Cooperation, care justice & media intervention (16.00-18.35)

*Timings of panels are as per Taipei Standard Time.
**Please double-check your time zone or write to us if needed.





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