A Post COVID World: Implication for Health and Human Rights
Thursday, April 22, 2021
12:00 PM-1:00 PM
The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed the world. It has exposed the strengths and weaknesses of health systems, as well as uncovered the best and worst in country responses.
While there has been true leadership amidst chaos, there has also been a rise of authoritarianism, scientific denialism and rampant abuses and injustices. What have we learned from COVID-19 that will shape health and human rights efforts going forward?
Join the Office of Global Health and a panel of health and human rights advocates from around the world for a discussion on these critical issues.
- Felicita Hikuam, Director, AIDS and Rights Alliance of Southern Africa (ARASA)
- Rev. J.P. Mokgethi-Heath, Policy Advisor, HIV and Theology, Church of Sweden
- Ed Ngoksin, Technical Adviser, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria
Joe Amon, Director of Global Health and Clinical Professor