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CHCI-GLOBAL HUMANITIES INSTITUTE 2020-2021

2020-12-19 - 2020-12-31

CHCI-GLOBAL HUMANITIES INSTITUTE 2020-2021
Migration, Logistics and Unequal Citizens in Contemporary Global Context
Webinar Series
“New Migrant Worker Precarity under Covid-19, Repatriation”
  25 NOVEMBER 2020
10:00 AM-01:00 PM Taipei Time (GMT+8)
06:00 PM-09:00 PM ( 24th Nov. PT) /09:00 PM-12:00 PM (24th Nov. EST)/
03:00 AM-06:00 AM (CET/ SAST)*

*Please double-check your time zone or write to us if needed.
Venue: Zoom Webinar 
Registration:
https://tinyurl.com/MWPrecarityNov25 


 
** The primary language will be in English, with some content interpreted to Thai, Chinese, Indonesian.
**本場線上研討會主要語言為英文,部分內容將有泰語、印尼語以及華語同步翻譯。
 For more information, please click on 
https://ghi2020.web.nctu.edu.tw/registration/


本次CHCI-GHI線上研討會系列將探究新冠疫情下,遭逢遣返的移工所面臨新形態的不確定處境與困難。本次線上研討會將以工作坊形式進行。邀請東南亞各國、韓國與臺灣的移工非政府組織工作者、學者與運動倡議者共聚,發表研究與工作報告,串聯跨地方工作平台,歡迎不同區域的聽眾參與討論,一同探究當前亞洲與東南亞移工面對的迫切議題。本次線上研討會的主要溝通語言為英文,將提供部分內容與工作坊討論時段的泰語、印尼語以及華語同步翻譯。

Migrant workers and the Covid pandemic, repatriation is part of an ongoing 2020-2021 series: “Migration, Logistics and Unequal Citizens in Contemporary Global Context.” The main objective of the webinar will be to join with workers, researchers, activists, policymakers, civil society organizations, journalists and GHI participants to highlight and address the urgency of ASEAN migrant worker justice in Asia under the Covid-19 crisis.  
Join us for an active webinar with breakout sessions to brainstorm new developments in juridical research and migrant worker justice, migration research practices, and national legislation and regional solutions. 
10:00 What are the issues and changing contexts? (Speaker Panel, Respondents)
11:00 Working together (Breakout Discussions) 
12:00 Next steps (QnA, Announcements)
Though the focus will be on facilitating a network of translocalized connection and a platform for research and action on new migrant worker precarity in Asia and South Asia, participants from other regions are welcome. The primary language will be in English, with some content interpreted to and from Thai, Chinese, Indonesian.

The event is made possible with support from the Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes (CHCI), the International Center for Cultural Studies at National Chiao Tung University, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and SEA Junction, Bangkok. This webinar is organized by members affiliated with the Global Humanities Institute (GHI) 2020, Sudarat Musikawong, Institute for Population and Social Research Mahidol University, Kenzi Chen, Social Practice and Urban Innovation Center at Tung Hai University; tammy ko Robinson, Hanyang University.


About the Speakers

Iweng Karsiwen: Karsiwen is the founder and Chairperson for Kabar Bumi (the Association of Indonesian Migrant Workers Families). She had worked in Hong Kong for over ten years, served as the Vice Chair of ATKI-HK (the Association of Indonesian Migrant Workers in Hong Kong), and later served as the coordinator for ATKI-Indonesia. As an organizer for over twenty years she has worked with migrant workers abroad as well as returnee migrant workers and their families through legal workshops and leadership training for migrant worker rights and anti-trafficking. 
     
Joanna Concepcion: Joanna Concepcion is the chairperson of Migrante International based in the Philippines. Concepcion has been active in local and international grassroots movements to advance the rights of migrant and immigrant workers and advocate for human rights, genuine development, justice and peace in the Philippines and abroad. She previously served as the Executive director of Filipino Migrant Center in the US, where low-income Filipino Families are provided resources and support in their pursuit of rights and justice to uplift their families and communities.
  
 Adisorn Kerdmongkol: Adisorn Kerdmongkol is founder and coordinator of Migrant Working Group, a consortium of migrant worker organizations that work in legal reform, labor organizing and migrant radio, community based and civil society organizations advocating for migrant worker rights through research, policy advocacy, and organizing for self-empowerment. Having over thirty years experience, he has worked with a network of advocates to change Thailand’s migrant worker policy towards inclusion, justice, and health access. 
 
Moderators:
Prof. Sudarat Musikawong, Institute for Population and Social Research Mahidol University, Thailand
Prof. tammy ko Robinson, Hanyang University, Korea
Dr Kenzi Chen, Social Practice and Urban Innovation Center at Tung Hai University, Taiwan
For Further information regarding CHCI-GHI 2020-2021, please visit https://ghi2020.web.nctu.edu.tw/.
To be a part of the CHCI-GHI 2020-2021 group, find us on Facebook at CHCI-GHI 2020-2021 
Contact: chci.ghi2020.nctutw@gmail.com
 


ORGANIZERS:

Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes (CHCI), US

International Center for Cultural Studies, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University, Australia

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya, Malaysia

Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol Migration Center, Mahidol University, Thailand

Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Ton Duc Thang University, Vietnam

School of Education in Applied Art Education, Hanyang University, S. Korea

Humanity Innovation and Social Practice (HISP) Project, Tunghai University, Taiwan

SEA Junction, Thailand


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