Diplomatic Briefing: ASEAN Summit, Human Rights and COVID-19

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The Impact of Covid-19 to Civic space, Refugee rights, Business and Human Rights in Asean

Speakers

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Lucas Cibor
Interim head of the EU mission to ASEAN
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Jane Duke
Ambassador
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Cornelius Hanung
Human Rights Defender
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Golda Benjamin
Senior Researcher & Representative for Southeast Asia
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Razia Sultana
Lawyer and human rights activist
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Atty. Arpee Santiago
Executive Director at Human RAights Center
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Fitri Bintang
Researcher

Start

June 25, 2020

End

June 25, 2020

Address

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Providing information to diplomatic missions in ASEAN on the impact of COVID-19 on democracy and human rights in the region. Key issues to be address will include: the rising of xenophobia, in particular anti-migrants and anti-refugees narrative, translated into harmful practices in the region against Rohingya and other ethnic minorities; deterioration of freedom of expression and civic space; as well as the impact on business and human rights. The session seeks to mobilize the diplomats to push for an ASEAN wide regional response on these matters.

Speakers:

  • Lucas Cibor (Mission of the EU to ASEAN)
  • H.E. Jane Duke (Ambassador of Australia to ASEAN)
  • Cornelius Hanung (FORUM-ASIA)
  • Golda Benjamin (Business and Human Rights Resource Centre)
  • Razia Sultana (RW Wealth Society)
  • Atty. Arpee Santiago (Ateneo de Manila University)

Moderator:

  • Fitri Bintang (CSIS)
  • Collaborating Organisational:
  • FORUM-ASIA, APHR,BHRRC, CSIS, APRRN, Progressive Voice.