Webinar: Community-Based Protection in Urban Areas

 The UNHCR Community-Based Protection Team in Geneva and the International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC) in Malaysia will present on the role of community-based protection for refugees in urban settings in a webinar on Wednesday 13 May at at 10:00 am (CET) 

This webinar will introduce UNHCR’s community-based protection approach and explain how it draws on the knowledge, skills and experience of persons of concern to UNCHR to identify and address key protection issues.

Using the experience of the urban refugee context of Malaysia as a case study, ICMC will present on good practices, lessons learned and challenges from community-based models for urban refugees, and explore how continued capacity-building efforts can support refugees to effectively and actively take ownership to increase protection within their own communities.

To join the webinar on WebEx, please click here follow the instructions below:

1. Join the WebEx meeting 15 minutes before the session begins to avoid and/or troubleshoot for any technical issues that may arise.
2. Enter your credentials (name, email address)
3. Enter the session password: 12345
4. Join the audio conference by either dialing in by the phone or using a headset on your computer (both options will appear once you have successfully joined the meeting)
• By phone: Call the phone number for your location (the cost will be the same as a local phone call) 
• By headset and computer: Dial in using a headset (with a microphone) connected to your computer (similar to Skype)

To test if your computer supports the WebEx meeting environment, please try to join a TEST meeting here.

As part of its work to strengthen collaboration and engagement in urban settings, the Urban Refugee TaskTeam has been working hard to identify and promote the adoption of good practices. To search for good practices or upload your own, please visit:http://urbangoodpractices.org/

Event Date: 
Wednesday, May 13, 2015 - 00:00
Organiser or Host: 
UNHCR Community-Based Protection Team
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