5th Postcolonial Meeting: Covid19 & Migration

>>> REGISTRATION OPEN NOW until 10th of June<<<

What approaches to migration policies are we witnessing due to Covid19?
Wednesday 10th of June 7pm CET/ 8pm EAT

A crisis is always a chance for a change! Come and join us online for our 5th Postcolonial Discussion to talk about how migration policies are affected by the Covid19-crisis.
- Is there a change in migration patterns due to or post Covid19?
- What is the situation of non-nationals or migrant workers in times of crisis?
- What changes in policies can be seen?

Please feel free to post further questions in the chat of your meetings room prior to the meeting and bring newspaper articles to share!

We are looking forward to see you online!

Why do we first have two separate meetings?

Two meetings will take place simultaneously on Wednesday 10th of June: One Global South meeting (8 pm EAT) and one Global North meeting (7 pm CET), each in their own online meeting room. At GlobalMatch we aim to bring people from the Global South and Global North together and provide space for exchanging ideas. For the sake of more openness and comfort we first have a discussion separately to get familiar with the topic and then come together Global South and Global North for a combined discussion on the following Wednesday.

Everyone is welcome to share one's thoughts! You don't have to be an expert. ;)

>>> Please answer the questions below to complete your registration. You will receive the link to the meeting room via email. Join the chat now!

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