Bottom-up Resilience? Challenges for the Marginalized Publics under COVID-19 (Part II)
During the COVID-19 crisis, community self-help and mutual support have become critical to the survival of many individuals, lending a lifeline to some of the most vulnerable populations in our society. As the second of a two-part series, this webinar builds on the discussion of civil society efforts on the first day to drill into the challenges facing the marginalized populations during the pandemic. This session brings together researchers and organizers from Hong Kong, Taipei, and Tokyo to highlight efforts of both supporting organizations and the marginalized social groups during COVID-19. Through short presentations followed by a roundtable discussion, the session explores both the agency of marginalized groups to engage in self-help initiatives and the challenges faced by supporting organizations. It further explores the implications of these efforts for long-term social resilience in the Pacific Rim.
The co-organizers of the webinar include Prof Jeffrey Hou, University of Washington, Assi Prof Shu-Mei Huang, National Taiwan University, and Assoc Prof Elizabeth Maly, Tohoku University.
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Date and Time
Wednesday, July 8, 2020
10 am (Hong Kong/ Manila/ Shanghai/ Singapore/ Taipei) & 12 pm (Melbourne)
Tuesday, July 7 , 2020
7 pm (Los Angeles/ Seattle)
Duration: 90 minutes
This webinar is open to the public and will be recorded for those who cannot attend live.
The views, information, or opinions expressed during webinars are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Association of Pacific Rim Universities (“APRU”) and its employees. APRU is not responsible for and does not verify for accuracy of any of the information contained in the series.