34 min

Gillian Triggs on refugee protection Undercurrents

    • Politics

The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered national lockdowns and closed down borders across the world. In this context, the need to protect the rights and welfare of refugees has become even more acute.
To discuss the threats facing forcibly displaced populations, and the policy responses required to mitigate them, Ben is joined by Emily Venturi, the Schwartzman Academy Fellow in the Asia-Pacific programme. Together they interview Gillian Triggs, UN Assistant Secretary-General and Assistant High Commissioner for Protection with UNHCR, the UN refugee agency. 
Read the Expert Comment:
Denmark's immigrants forced out by government policies
Credits:
Speaker: Gillian Triggs
Hosts: Ben Horton, Emily Venturi
Editor: Jamie Reed
Recorded and produced by Chatham House.

The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered national lockdowns and closed down borders across the world. In this context, the need to protect the rights and welfare of refugees has become even more acute.
To discuss the threats facing forcibly displaced populations, and the policy responses required to mitigate them, Ben is joined by Emily Venturi, the Schwartzman Academy Fellow in the Asia-Pacific programme. Together they interview Gillian Triggs, UN Assistant Secretary-General and Assistant High Commissioner for Protection with UNHCR, the UN refugee agency. 
Read the Expert Comment:
Denmark's immigrants forced out by government policies
Credits:
Speaker: Gillian Triggs
Hosts: Ben Horton, Emily Venturi
Editor: Jamie Reed
Recorded and produced by Chatham House.

34 min