SSU Forum/GraSPP Research Seminar
Title: The Future of International Health Cooperation after the COVID-19 Crisis
Overview: COVID-19 has infected 7 million people worldwide. The weaknesses of international health cooperation in the management of this pandemic are now very visible to the international community. A series of questions arise: What are the structural problems that hinder the functioning of international cooperation? What are the issues with international cooperation that this pandemic has exarcebated, when compared to the cases of Ebola, SARS, and MERS? What is the cue to strengthen the system of international health cooperation in order to prepare for future pandemics?
This forum consists of two panels. The first panel focuses on the structural problems of international cooperation facing the COVID-19 pandemic. The second panel focuses on the sociopolitical problems caused by the prevention policies of each country, as well as by the pandemic itself.
- Venue：Online seminar (Zoom)
The Zoom Meeting URL will be delivered by mail on the day before this event.
- Language：English (English-Japanese Simultaneous Interpretation)