Kumanan Wilson, Vardit Ravitsky
If a COVID-19 vaccine arrives, should it be mandatory? Would that create a new privileged class of citizen?
Adelina Iftene, Joao Velloso
State obligations, human rights, and the risk of outbreaks in prisons.
Jane Philpott, Colleen M. Flood, Vanessa MacDonnell, Sophie Thériault, Sridhar Venkatapuram
The five editors of the recent book Vulnerable discuss the COVID-19 crisis from different angles and field questions from the audience.
Daniel Z. Buchman, Naheed Dosani
Tightly regulating the prescription of pain medication because of the opioid epidemic and the collateral damage to patients in pain.
Carissima Mathen, Terry Skolnik
How have human rights and civil liberties fared during the pandemic? Where are the tensions and how should we respond?
Monnica Williams, Jamie Chai Yun Liew
Race-based disparities in the impact of COVID-19 and our responses to the virus.
Emmanuelle Bernheim, Jean-Daniel Jacob
The politics of risk during the pandemic and the use of containment for people with mental health disorders.
Daphne Jarvis, James Downar
Who decides when resuscitation should not be attempted or life-sustaining treatment should cease?