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Migrants & Refugees under Covid Public Meeting



Join another public meeting on 7th February 2021 at 3pm. Link: Here

BritBanglaCovid has been at the forefront of raising issues impacting British Bangladeshi and other minority communities during the pandemic.

We have noticed how the Windrush generation was and is being treated by the current British government.

There has also been a strong community response against racism and the hostile environment in UK and beyond. Let us not forget the Black Lives Matter movement.

But the real question for 'Migrants and Refugees under Covid' Zoom public meeting is: 'how did the hostile setting manifest itself during the pandemic both nationally and internationally?' And then to follow up from the issue is: 'what practical strategies worked and did not work against such a hostility?'

To understand a complex issue, BritBanglaCovid has invited national and international experts to take part in our 4th Round Table Discussion:

Antonia Bright - Chair of Movement for Justice

James Bulman - Associate of UN Refugee Agency

Ummul Choudhury - Author and CEO of FrontLine Aid

Pierre Makhlouf - Assistant Director of Bail for Immigration Detainees

Moslek Uddin - Founder of UK Curry Connect

Aliya Yule - Patients Not Passport Campaigner, Migrants Organise

Everyone is welcome! :)

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