The COVID-19 pandemic has had a direct impact on our economy, employment and health system. But what impact has COVID-19 had on democracy and human rights globally? Can some patterns be identified? This presentation gives a glimpse into how democracy can be hampered as a result of the ongoing pandemic.
Welcome to a lecture with Elisenda Ballesté Buxó from International IDEA. She is the coordinator of the Global Monitor of COVID-19´s impact on Democracy and Human Rights, a project co-funded by the European Union and implemented by International IDEA, a tool to monitor the impact the pandemic might have on democracy and human rights at a global, regional and national level. Elisenda will also briefly explain the Global State of Democracy Indices, the base of the monitor, and will demonstrate how the tool works in practice.
Date and time
30th of September 3.00 pm – 4.00 pm
Where: Digitally via Teams. The link will be sent to you one day before the lecture.
To participate, register before 28th September. Register here.
NOTE: This lecture will be held in english
Any questions? Contact ombudsman for professionals within social science and economic Malvina Kummu, email@example.com.
Photo: The International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance, home page.