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Rights in Light of Covid-19: Race and Migration

POSTED: 10 July 2020

Missed this online event? Watch it here

Last week was the first event in our series exploring human rights in light of Covid-19 – and the impact on civil liberties now and in the future. Jabeer Butt (Chief Executive of Race Equality Foundation) and Colin Yeo (immigration barrister and Editor of the Free Movement blog) joined us for a discussion on race, racism, immigration and free movement in the context of the global pandemic, with a focus on the UK.

Watch the full event below, and book a free ticket here for the next event addressing Disability Justice, on 14 July.

This video is captioned, and has BSL interpretation provided by Ali Gordon.

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