Lectures and seminars Keynote - How to define vulnerability in relation to COVID-19
As part of the Pandemic Network Workshop - Socially vulnerable populations and COVID-19 inequities in the Nordic region we welcome guests to our keynote: How to define vulnerability in relation to COVID-19.
Keynote - How to define vulnerability in relation to COVID-19
by Marco Krüger from the International Centre for Ethics in the Sciences and Humanities University of Tübingen
The keynotes delivered as part of the Pandemic Network Workshop - Socially vulnerable populations and COVID-19 inequities in the Nordic region are available to watch on Zoom
Zoom link: https://ki-se.zoom.us/meeting/register/u5IpcuqrqDgiHNOFNUbReSmooDMFv7m5…
About the Nordic Pandemic Network
The year 2020 will be remembered for COVID-19 and its impacts. The Nordics are no different in being untouched by the pandemic and different governments have been adopting various strategies. Although the Nordics seem to have very similar styles of government, health care and welfare systems, the response to the pandemic has been different across the Nordics. This calls for a discussion on why do countries in the Nordics respond differently and if there was a transboundary pandemic initiative. In this regard, this Network on Transboundary Pandemic Crises Governance is hosting a series of workshops to explore: Governmental Responses to COVID-19 in the Nordic countries, transboundary pandemic management and governance, and pandemic learnings and synthesis. This workshop is part of this series, delving into these aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic, applying an equity lens.
The network is a collaboration between The University of Copenhagen, Roskilde University, Karolinska Institute, University of Stavanger and Hanken School of Economics.