Our civil liberties were designed to protect us against state incursions, especially in times of crisis. But the nature of a pandemic necessitates at least some trade-off between liberty and safety. In this webinar, Pearl Eliadis addresses the issue of public liberty during this time of pandemic.
Affiliate Member at the Max Bell School of Public Policy
Adjunct Professor in McGill’s Faculty of Law
Over 20 years of experience in democratic governance and public policy; has been retained by clients including the UN, the European Commission and the OSCE in China, Ethiopia, Nepal, Rwanda, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Tajikistan and Timor-Leste
Core Policy Course: Ethics, Rights, and Law;
Policy Case Study: Preventing Violence Against Women and Children in Kenya