How do we ensure that informal and marginalised groups are recognised in disaster response?
Informality encompasses those in informal employment, living in informal settlements and undocumented migrants. CORE research has highlighted the challenges faced by migrants and informal workers (especially women), and the need for better data and collaborative governance across levels.
Join CORE researchers who will present their findings and open up a discussion on the implications for managing multiple crises and building resilience of the most vulnerable. Participants will be invited to consider what this means for future research agendas.
Adrian Di Giovanni, IDRC
- Jennifer Cyr, Asuntos del Sur
- Aditi Vyas, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW)
- Erick Coyoy, Asociación de Investigación y Estudios Sociales (ASIES)
Simultaneous translation in English-French-Spanish will be provided during the presentations and plenary session. Check the timing of this event in relation to your time zone.
Please register here to attend this online event.
About this event series
Three online events will bring members of the CORE cohort together with wider research and policy communities to explore learning and impact from the CORE programme. These events aim to build awareness of CORE research, strengthen and create new networks and relationships, and identify new research and policy initiatives. Register for other events in the series: