LSE Commission on Pandemic Governance and Inequalities
5 June 2023 | 10.30 – 19.30 (CET)
London / Online
This public panel event hosted at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), a PERISCOPE partner, is an opportunity for cross-disciplinary reflection on the experiences, challenges and opportunities of COVID-19 governance, to inform engaged discussion and ideas for future pandemics.
The event will consolidate findings from a three-part commission involving key community leaders, policymakers and young people from across the UK and Europe. The commission is focused is on inequalities related to COVID-19 governance, with the aim of producing collaborative recommendations on how to ameliorate these inequalities in the present, and how to build a new model of pandemic governance in the future.
The event on 5th June will bring together of practitioners, policymakers and academics to discuss lessons learned during COVID-19 for pandemic governance and preparedness.
The programme will be structured around key themes related to local, national and global levels of pandemic governance, such as public health responses to COVID-19, evidence and data in decision-making, and the role of carers and social infrastructures. There will be multiple meeting formats within the wider event, including breakout panel discussions, keynote speeches and interactive workshops.
If you are interested in attending this event, please register here.
Find out more about the PERISCOPE Project.