WEBINAR 5: „Quo Vadis? – The Impact of an Extended Emergency“
Friday, 14 May 2021 | 14:00 – 15.30 BST / 15.00 – 16.30 CEST
How has COVID-19 impacted upon legal and political systems; minorities and indigenous peoples; and conflict-affected states in transition? This final panel debates themes of trust, equality, conflict and power, and concludes with a commentary by the convenor of the Symposium who will draw together key findings, emergent threats, and reasons for hope.
The panel will consist of short interventions by each speaker, followed by a moderated Q&A session. Tweet your questions with #PowerandPandemic.
Christine Bell is Professor of Constitutional Law and Assistant Principal (Global Justice) and a member of the British Academy. She leads the Political Settlements Research Project at the University of Edinburgh.
Sean Molloy is a lecturer at Northumbria Law School and an Associate of the Political Settlements Research Project.
Asanga Welikala is Lecturer in Public Law at the School of Law, University of Edinburgh, and the Acting Director of the Edinburgh Centre for Constitutional Law.
Kimana Zulueta-Fülscher is Acting Head of International IDEA’s Constitution Building Programme.
Erin Houlihan is a programme officer with the constitution building programme at International IDEA.
Rasha Al Saba
Rasha Al Saba is a Programme Officer at Minority Rights Group International (MRG).
Samrawit Gougsa is a Communications Officer at Minority Rights Group International (MRG).
Dr Joelle Grogan is a Senior Lecturer in UK and EU Public Law, and specialising in the rule of law, at Middlesex University London. She is a member of the H-2020 funded RECONNECT project, and is the creator of the @StickyTrickyLaw project.
Sheila Jasanoff is the Pforzheimer Professor of Science and Technology Studies at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Stephen Hilgartner is Professor of Science & Technology Studies at Cornell University.
Joshua Castellino is Executive Director of Minority Rights Group International and founded the School of Law, Middlesex University London (2012), where he retains his Professorship.