Across 32 chapters and eight themed discussions, COVID-19, Law and Human Rights: Essex Dialogues delivers expert commentary on issues ranging from emergency powers legislation to protecting the most vulnerable; from the potential unforeseen consequences of insolvency legislation to access to justice; from the risks of cyber crime to the dangers of misinformation; and from the duties placed on States and companies to options for redress.
Researchers from the HRBDT project have contributed to an extensive response to the coronavirus pandemic published by the Human Rights Centre and School of Law at the University of Essex.
Chapters from the HRBDT team include:
Imperfect Models of the World: Gender Stereotypes and Assumptions in COVID-19 Responses, Laura Carter
With Great Resilience Comes Great Responsibility: The Role of Technology Companies during COVID-19, Sabrina Rau
An ‘Infodemic’ in the Pandemic: Human Rights and COVID-19 Misinformation, Elena Abrusci, Sam Dubberley and Lorna McGregor