The current global pandemic has brought the 'urgency' and 'responsibility' for global cooperation into particularly sharp focus. This interdisciplinary roundtable of global health experts considers what kinds of global cooperation have and have not happened in respect of Covid-19, in terms of prevention, detection, counteraction, recovery and reconstruction. Thereby they will try to assess, whether this experience holds lessons for future pandemics - or even global cooperation in general?
Moderated by Jan Aart Scholte, KHK/GCR21, with Adia Benton, Northwestern University, Maryam Deloffre, George Washington University, Tine Hanrieder, WZB Berlin Social Science Center, and Franklyn Lisk, University of Warwick
Online-Event via Zoom | Free participation
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