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The Covid-19 Pandemic: Human Rights and Public Health in Japan and the United States

日時

日本時間 2020年9月11日(金) 22:00 – 23:00
Friday, September 11 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM EDT, US

場所

Online (Webinar)

概要

RECORDING (YouTube)
This is the video recorded on the day. Please watch it!

The COVID-19 pandemic impacts all people, though differently: Many are experiencing social and economic impact, particularly in countries and regions where the infection is widespread. In a public health emergency, such as a pandemic or other disaster, the degree and type of negative impacts vary among people depending upon existing vulnerabilities and socioeconomic status. Public health emergencies exacerbate such susceptibility in many cases.

We need to assess and address human rights impact among vulnerable people and discrimination against the infected/at-risk populations. A human rights-based approach is a powerful conceptual framework that focuses on the rights of vulnerable or discriminated people. In this webinar, we present and discuss the latest human rights situations and challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic both in Japan and the United States.

(本ウェビナーは、英語で実施します。)

Moderator

Alicia Ely Yamin, JD MPH
Senior Fellow, Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology and Bioethics, Harvard Law School
Bio (Click here)

Panelists

Eriko Sase, Ph.D.
Visiting researcher, Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University /
Adjunct faculty, The University of Tokyo /
Visiting professor, Saitama Prefectural University /
Member, ‘The Lancet Commission on the Value of Death’
Bio (Click here)
Tokuko Munesue, Ph.D.
Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences, Waseda University
Bio (Click here)
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