This episode is about access to Covid-19 vaccines. Katrina Perehudoff speaks to Anniek de Ruijter to shed some light on Europe’s role in vaccine access. Then Katrina catches up with Suerie Moon to lay out the potential for a more cooperative global vaccines policy. Join us to hear about how law and policy influence how vaccines are developed, produced and traded, and how this has all translated into inequitable vaccine distribution.
This podcast is part of our 2021 launch series celebrating the opening of the Law Centre for Health and Life. This episode is presented in English with video and audio.
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