Human rights in Southeast Asia in times of pandemic : report from FORUM-ASIA webinar series : the status of human rights in ASEAN during COVID-19 pandemic / FORUM-ASIA.

Material type: Computer fileComputer fileBangkok, Thailand : Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA), 2020Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9786167733265Online resources: View / Download PDF
Contents:
Chapter I : The ASEAN member states initial responses to COVID-19 and their implications for human rights --
Chapter II : ASEAN community responses to governments’ measures during the COVID-19 pandemic --
Chapter III : Poverty and gender aspects of the ASEAN responses to COVID-19 --
Chapter IV : COVID-19 through the lens of youth and children --
Chapter V : COVID-19 and its repercussions for migrants, refugees, internally displaced people and ethnic groups --
Chapter VI : Will human rights survive COVID-19 in Southeast Asia? --
Chapter VII : COVID-19 and disability rights --
Chapter VIII : COVID-19 and its impact on business and human Rights
Chapter IX : Conclusions and recommendations.
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Chapter I : The ASEAN member states initial responses to COVID-19 and their implications for human rights --

Chapter II : ASEAN community responses to governments’ measures during the COVID-19 pandemic --

Chapter III : Poverty and gender aspects of the ASEAN responses to COVID-19 --

Chapter IV : COVID-19 through the lens of youth and children --

Chapter V : COVID-19 and its repercussions for migrants, refugees, internally displaced people and ethnic groups --

Chapter VI : Will human rights survive COVID-19 in Southeast Asia? --

Chapter VII : COVID-19 and disability rights --

Chapter VIII : COVID-19 and its impact on business and human Rights

Chapter IX : Conclusions and recommendations.

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