Join us for an online discussion while we look at survey results from 3 countries- Indonesia, Thailand, and Timor-Leste- focusing on victims responses.Join us for an online discussion while we look at survey results from 3 countries- Indonesia, Thailand, and Timor-Leste- focusing on victims responses.
Surviving On Their Own? The Impact of the Pandemic on Vulnerable Victims of Human Rights Violations in Asia.
How have survivors fared under lock-down? How does impunity impact on a society’s response to Covid-19? What are critical interventions needed to protect victims and rebuild trust and resilience?
Wednesday, May 20th, 2020
1.00-2.30 pm (Jakarta/Bangkok time)
3.00-4.30pm (Dili time)
11.45 am-1.15 (Nepal time)
Please register through https://bit.ly/TJANwebinar and we will send the link to webinar via email
Transitional Justice Asia Network (TJAN)
Asian regional hub of transitional justice experts, which aims to facilitate learning and knowledge-building on transitional justice and accountability initiatives across the region.
Member of TJAN
Asia Justice and Rights (AJAR), KontraS Aceh (Indonesia), ND-Burma (Myanmar), Suriya Women’s Development Centre (Sri Lanka), Alternative Law Groups (Philippines), Cross Cultural Foundation (Thailand), Advocacy Forum (Nepal), Liberation War Museum (Bangladesh), and ACbit (Timor Leste)