The impact of the coronavirus on marginalized communities in The Hague

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The International Institute of Social Studies and the city of The Hague have selected four projects focusing on the impact of Covid-19 and the measures taken on the marginalized or (often) overlooked groups of people.

The projects all fall under the auspices of the Local Engagement Facility (LEF), a local fund set up to encourage and formalize collaboration between ISS and other societal actors in the city of The Hague, including both local communities and formal institutions and organizations.

4 projects

  • Documenting the Undocumented: Creatively coping with Covid-19 in Den Haag
  • 'We won’t think what we don’t do': Learning from solidarities in times of Covid-19 in the City of The Hague
  • Exploring the experiences of recent Habesha migrants in the Netherlands during Covid-19 crisis
  • ISS Engagement with The Hague Organizations during Covid-19: Lessons learned from local and international solidarity

More details of the LEF and the four selected projects are on the Local Engagement Facility