GOVERNING PANDEMICS 101
SESSION 2 INTERNATIONAL ROLES AND RULES IN DETECTING AND RESPONDING TO OUTBREAKS
Mini-lecture 1: What are the World Health Organization and International Health Regulations? What weaknesses were exposed by Covid-19?
Mini-lecture 2: What are the international responsibilities of national health systems (core capacities) for pandemics? What can and has been done to measure and strengthen these?
Gian Luca Burci, Professor, International Law, The Graduate Institute, Geneva
Burci GL, Eccleston Turner M (2021) Preparing for the Next Pandemic: the International Health Regulations and World Health Organization during COVID-19, Yearbook of International Disaster Law.
Bartolini G (2021) The Failure of ‘Core Capacities’ under the WHO International Health Regulations’, International & Comparative Law Quarterly.
Date: 22 April 2022, 14:00-15:00 CEST
Format: Online lectures, exercises, and live discussion
Certificates will be delivered to participants who attend at least 6 sessions of Governing Pandemics 101
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This session is part of the Governing Pandemics 101 course which aims to provide an overview of the key concepts and current issues related to the global governance of outbreaks. More information on the course