How this pandemic is testing the limits of political community

Ashraful Azad 

It has already become a cliché to say that the COVID-19 pandemic is having unprecedented impacts on many areas of our lives, including for refugees and migrants. But beyond the immediate human impacts, the coronavirus crisis is showing us who is – and is not – included when we respond as a community. For the non-citizens – including migrants, refugees and asylum seekers – the pandemic is revealing something deeper about the nature of modern state and its membership.

#RefugeesRise: What frontline workers can show us about responding to COVID-19

Najeeba Wazefadost

A new global advocacy initiative, #RefugeesRise, is bringing together refugee leaders from the Asia Pacific region to mobilise support for their communities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Convened by the Asia Pacific Network of Refugees (APNOR), the initiative includes refugee leaders and activists from all walks of life, including doctors, nurses, teachers and aid workers. 

The Invisible Crisis: Refugees and COVID-19 in India

Roshni Shanker and Prabhat Raghavan 

Knowing all of the law, all of the time – responding to COVID-19

Geoff Gilbert
Professor of International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, University of Essex 

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