The Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute of Hunter College in New York City is holding a panel discussion via Zoom on Wednesday 25 March. RSVP here so you can join the session when it starts.
Responding to COVID-19: The Human Rights and Public Policy Implications of the Pandemic
Wednesday 25 March, 1:00-2:30 pm EDT (17:00 GMT – 18:30 GMT)
With the increasing numbers of confirmed new cases of COVID-19, countries face tremendous challenges and very difficult decisions. Restrictions on freedom of movement and association in the interest of health security have been addressed differently in different countries, with differing results. Join us online for a timely virtual discussion addressing the urgent human rights and public policy implications of the global public health crisis.
Jamil Dakwar, Director of the Human Rights Program at the ACLU
Phelim Kine, Director of Research and Investigations at Physicians for Human Rights
Ram Raju, MD, Senior Vice President and Community Health Investment Officer, Northwell Health
Jessica Neuwirth, Rita E. Hauser Director of the Human Rights Program, Roosevelt House
Shyama Venkateswar, Director of the Public Policy Program, Roosevelt House
2 thoughts on “Webinar on Wed. 25 March: Human Rights and Public Policy Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic”
This is brilliant—thank you for sharing! When I click the RSVP link it requires me to sign in to CUNY email. Is it ok to just show up on Zoom or did I do something wrong? Thanks!
Hi, Stephanie. Links seem to be restricted to Hunter College folks – is this a public event? If so, can you send around different links to join zoom? (Happy, also, to post to Twitter, etc.) Thanks. – Kim