GOVERNING PANDEMICS 101
SESSION 7 HUMAN RIGHTS AND POPULATIONS NOT PROTECTED BY THE STATE
Mini-lecture 1: How is human rights protection governed internationally in pandemics? What weaknesses did Covid-19 expose, and what are proposals to address them?
Mini-lecture 2: How is the health of populations not protected by the state, such as refugees and populations in armed conflict, governed in pandemics? What weaknesses did Covid-19 expose, and what are proposals to address them?
Andrew Clapham, Professor of International Law, The Graduate
Esperanza Martinez, Senior Advisor to the Office of the
Director General, International Committee of the Red Cross
Charles Deutscher, Senior Advisor, International Committee
of the Red Cross
Alessandra Spadaro "COVID-19: Testing the Limits of Human
Rights" 11, European Journal of Risk Regulation (2020) 317-325
Rodenhauser T, Piret M (2022) COVID-19 measures by armed
groups: What legal framework applies?, The Armed Groups and
International Law Blog.
OHCHR (2021) COVID-19 Guidance, OHCHR and COVID-19.
Meghna Abraham "Pandemics" in Moeckli, Shah, Sivakumaran, and Harris (eds), International Human Rights Law, 4th edn (2022) 661-80
Date: 1 July 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
* For Session 4 through Session 8, you must register for each session separately.
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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