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Protecting Migrants or Reversing Migration? COVID-19 and the risks of a protracted crisis in Latin America: IGDC Director, Jean Grugel, shares her overview of the way Covid-19 is exacerbating failures in the protection of migrants’ right to health in Central and South America.
How problem-based learning can aid in understanding the complexity of global challenges: IGDC Co-Director Henrice Altink discusses the complexities of global challenges and how problem-based learning can help.
Climate justice movements and Covid-19 in the Global South – Dr Jessica Omukuti is joined by Zainab Aliyu, Dr Deborah Delgado Pugley and Dr. Prakash Kashwan in discussing Covid-19’s projected impact and climate justice implications as well as exploring the economic downturn from emerging from Covid-19 adversely impacting communities and households in the Global South
Covid-19 and the ‘Global Development Industry’– Christine Wallace chairs a panel discussion to explore the impact of Covid-19 on the Global Development industry and discuss the challenges presented by Covid-19 to the business of development.
Democracy and Authoritarianism in the Time of Coronavirus: Perspectives from Brazil and India: Chaired by Dr Phil Roberts and Dr Indrajit Roy this webinar explores how the coronavirus pandemic affects political dynamics in Brazil and India, and particularly the perceived shift of both countries towards more authoritarian governance in recent years.