RSC Public Seminar Series: Strengthening refugee-led humanitarian response during the COVID-19 pandemic

TRAFIG researchers Janemary Ruhundwa, Dignity Kwanza, and Rudolf Markus, BICC, participate in his seminar series, whichs focuses on refugee-led assistance and protection in the context of Covid-19. It features panels of individuals whose work is shaping how we understand and support refugee-led responses during crisis. Their accomplishments – whether as practitioners, policy influencers, funders, or community responders – challenge conventional top-down approaches to humanitarian assistance. These approaches are increasingly important in the current context, in which traditional humanitarian capacity has been stretched and forced to adapt. Refugee-led organisations are on the frontline of the response, in both refugee camps and cities.

For more informaton visit: https://www.rsc.ox.ac.uk/news/rsc-public-seminar-series-trinity-term-2020

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