A conference at the University of Turin on the ethical, social and political issues of the Covid-19
What ethical, social and political issues has Covid-19 raised in the course of its management? How have different countries oriented themselves in this regard?
On 4 and 5 November 2022, the international conference “Covid-19: Ethical Issues, Public Perceptions and Social Dynamics in Pandemic Responses. Cross-Country and Cross-Cultural Comparisons” will analyse and discuss these issues in a comparative and cross-cultural perspective.
The conference, organised by Maurizio Balistreri (University of Turin) and Kevin De Sabbata (Keele University), will be held at the Department of Philosophy and Educational Sciences of the University of Turin: our researcher Lucia Galvagni will intervene with a presentation on the ethical aspects surrounding Covid-19.