COVID-19 webinar: Vulnerable voices, strikes, protests: Solidarity ‘locked down’?

Panel 1 from the Web Symposium on Social Movements and Political Mobilisation in Times of Global Pandemic 27-28 April 2020, hosted by the Department of Sociology at UCPH.

- Miguel Martinez, Uppsala University: Mutating Mobilisations during the Pandemic Crisis in Spain
Kassim Alsraiha, Ben Gurion University: Citizenship and the Bedouin Minority in Israel in the shadow of COVID-19 crises
- Clement Petitjean, Université Versailles Saint-Quentin: Whatever Happened to the French Strike Movement? Keeping the struggle going in the time of Covid-19"
- Liora Sion, University of Copenhagen, Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies: Citizenship, protest and Israel´s state of emergency
- Erika Skov, University of Copenhagen, Department of Anthropology: We want security, peace and tranquility–mobilization in two well-off Mexican communities at the US-Mexico border

Chair: Noa Milman, University of Copenhagen, Department of Sociology