[Special Event Webinar Series] LGBTI-phobia in the Time of Covid-19: Europe and the World
Special Event Series:
LGBTI-phobia in the Time of Covid-19
Join the BCU Centre for Security and Extremism for two special events on LGBTI-phobia in the time of Covid-19. The webinars will be open to the public and will feature speakers from key international institutions, government and civil society organisations. The series is organised in partnership with the International Network for Hate Studies.
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LGBTI-phobia in the Time of Covid-19: Europe and the World
Date: Thursday, 9 July 2020
Time: 16.00-17.30 UK time (UTC+1)
- Graeme REID, Director, LGBT Rights Program, Human Rights Watch
- Yvonne WAMARI, Africa Program Officer, OutRight Action International
- Akram KUBANYCHBEKOV, Senior Advocacy Officer, ILGA-Europe
- Emma SMITH and Mary HASSAN, SOGI Unit, Council of Europe
Jennifer SCHWEPPE, Co-Director, International Network for Hate Studies
Piotr GODZISZ, Lecturer in Criminology, BCU
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The event is limited to 150 participants. Registration will close on 8 July.
Both events will be recorded. The reports from the events, along with the recordings, will be posted online.
The BCU Centre for Security and Extremism brings together academic expertise from both staff and postgraduates working in the broad area of security studies and specifically issues related to hate crimes, Islamophobia, online and offline hate crimes and political and human (in)security.
The International Network for Hate Studies is a global platform bringing together academics and practitioners working in the field of hate crime.