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Webinar on Bali Process Civil Registration Assessment Toolkit Pilot Projects in Thailand, Pakistan and Viet Nam: "Ensuring Access to Civil Registration of Hard-to-Reach Population" (12 October 2021)

 

 

“Ensuring Access to Civil Registration of Hard-to-Reach Populations”

Taking stock of the implementation of the Bali Process Civil Registration Assessment Toolkit

12 October 2021, 11:00 - 12:30 hrs. (Bangkok Time)

 

RSO in collaboration with the UNHCR Bureau for Asia and the Pacific is organizing an online webinar on “Ensuring Access to Civil Registration of Hard-to-Reach Populations” on Zoom platform, on 12 October 2021, 11:00 – 12:30 hrs. (Bangkok Time).

 

How to Join:

The webinar is open to all interested participants. Please request the meeting link by completing https://forms.gle/UewyN4Jy3hxujqvBA by 4 October 2021 at the latest.

 

Background and Purpose:

The “Bali Declaration” adopted by the 6th Ministerial Conference in 2016 emphasizes the importance of civil registration.  While civil registration remains essential for providing legal identity for individuals and for securing safe, regular and documented migration, there remain civil registration gaps in law and practice throughout the world, including in Bali Process Member States.  To identify—and ultimately to address—these gaps, the Bali Process Member States developed the “Bali Process Civil Registration Assessment Toolkit” through a Technical Advisory Group.  Thailand, Viet Nam and Pakistan have engaged in pilot projects to test this Toolkit.  The present event takes stock of the current status of these projects.  It also provides an opportunity to discuss the way forward towards transparent, inclusive and effective civil registration systems that leave no one behind.

 

Agenda and information of the speakers: