INGSA/Koi Tū EXCLUSIVE 22nd June 2020 Dan Jezreel A. Orendain and Riyanti Djalante United Nations University – Institute for the … Read More
INGSA/Koi Tū EXCLUSIVE As the world is literally on a standstill due to COVID-19, vulnerable groups like urban IDPs are more weakened and more prone to experiencing injustice and inequalities. They often have limited or even non-existent access to basic services excluding them from most forms of aid and assistance.
INGSA/Koi Tū EXCLUSIVE We are living in an extraordinary time. The pandemic now gripping the planet – massive and urgent in itself – is also the latest and most significant challenge among those already taking hold in many societies. An unmistakable sense of 21st Century anomie stands in stark contrast to the naïve optimism of the last few decades.