20 August 2020, 13:30–15:00 (CET, Bern)
«LIVE with Swiss Humanitarian Aid: Humanitarian Challenges in the Shadow of Covid-19»
The Corona virus has affected all of us in different ways. The pandemic continues to spread across the globe like a wave. It is clear that once more, the weakest and poorest will be hit the hardest. The humanitarian efforts needed to meet this crisis will continue to rise.
In these uncertain times, we invite you to learn more about the work of Swiss Humanitarian Aid. Join us live and ask questions no matter where you are: at the office, at home, anywhere.
Dear Madame, dear Sir,
Thank you for your interest to the event «LIVE with Swiss Humanitarian Aid: Humanitarian Challenges in the Shadow of Covid-19» on Thursday, 20 August 2020, 1.30pm to 3pm (CET, Bern).
Please find below the different access links for participating in this event. You have the option of choosing between different languages:
- with simultaneous interpretations into English: https://youtu.be
- with simultaneous interpretations into French: https://youtu.be
- with simultaneous interpretations into German: https://youtu.be
- Original German, French and English (without simultaneous interpretations): https://youtu.be
We are looking forward to your interactive participation.
|How crisis-proof is Swiss Humanitarian Aid?
In discussion with Ambassador Manuel Bessler, delegate for Swiss Humanitarian Aid and SHA
Is the Horn of Africa facing its greatest ever famine?
Live feed from the Horn of Africa
|Federal Councillor, how do you see Switzerland’s humanitarian engagement in the future?
In discussion with Federal Councillor Ignazio Cassis, head of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs
Fleeing from conflict into a pandemic?
Live feed with the Humanitarian Coordinator from Cox's Bazar/Bangladesh, the world's biggest refugee camp
Crime in the home: has the pandemic led to more domestic violence?
Live feed expert panel
No income + no food = increased violence and displacement?
Live feed from Jordan in the Middle East
|Director General, can Switzerland’s aid really make a difference?
In discussion with Ambassador Patricia Danzi, SDC Director General