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.
Joshua Castellino, Middlesex University London
- „A Stress Test for Politics: Insights from the Comparative Covid Response Project (CompCoRe) 2020“ – Sheila Janasoff and Stephen Hilgartner
- „COVID-19, Minorities, and Indigenous peoples: The Litmus Test of Equality“ – Rasha Al Saba and Samrawit Gougsa
- „Emergency Law Responses and Conflict-Affected States in Transition“ – Sean Molloy, Christine Bell, Asanga Welikala, Erin Houlihan and Kimana Zulueta-Fülscher
- „Power, Law and the COVID-19 Pandemic“ – Joelle Grogan
Click here to head back to the overview of the webinar series.
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