Monday 5 June 2023, LSE.
This public panel event hosted at LSE was 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 consolidated 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 5 June brought together of practitioners, policymakers and academics to discuss lessons learned during Covid-19 for pandemic governance and preparedness.
The programme was 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.
The full programme can be view here and you can learn more about the event by reading the event blog.