Covid-19 Vaccine Injury Compensation Schemes: Comparative Perspectives

This event examined critically the provision made for the small numbers of those who have suffered adverse reactions after administration of one of the Covid-19 vaccines. The focus of this event was on the compensation schemes established at a national and international level (including the COVAX / GAVI scheme) to provide compensation and support for those affected. Experts from around the globe discussed this important and topical issue in a workshop format.

Prof. Duncan Fairgrieve, BIICL and Université de Paris Dauphine PSL

Prof. Jean-Sébastien Borghetti, Université Paris II (Panthéon-Assas)
Prof. Samuel Dahan, Queens University Canada, Cornell Law School
Prof. Richard Goldberg, Durham Law School
Prof. Sam F. Halabi, University of Missouri and O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, Georgetown University
Prof. Geraint Howells, NUI Galway and University of Manchester
Alex Forrest, Chubb
Dr. Jennifer Keelan, University of Toronto
Prof. Eleonora Rajneri, University of Piementonti Orientale
Prof. Marco Rizzi, University of Western Australia
Prof. Normann Witzleb, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

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