From Rulership to Leadership: Early Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic

July 02, 2020


London School of Economics and Political Science cordially invite you to The Viral Launch of Maryam Froum

From Rulership to Leadership:
Early Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic

Thursday 2nd July 2020 | 13.00- 20.00 (BST, London time)

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Programme

13:00 – 14:30 Opening Plenary Session:
Defeating COVID-19 everywhere – What needs to be done NOW?


14:45 – 16:00, Thematic Breakout Sessions:
COVID-19 and the Global Agenda Populism

Democracy in the time of COVID-19
Co-host: LSE School of Public Policy

Industrial policy, agility and innovation: COVID-19 as a new beginning
Co-host: Department of Geography and Environment

Financing the Global Response to COVID-19
Co-host: LSE Department of Economics

Building forward better – the Ocean and our climate
Co-host: Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment

Migration and COVID-19: shifting boundaries of mobility
Co-host: LSE Institute of Global Affairs

COVID-19 and the State Fragility Trap 
Co-host: LSE School of Public Policy 

Defending the Global Commons in a COVID-19 World 
Co-hosts: LSE Institute of Global Affairs and CEPR 

16:00 – 16:30 Student-led Interactive Lab, Geographic Breakout Sessions: COVID-19 and Regional Approaches

COVID-19 Governance with Chinese Characteristics
Co-host: LSE Institute of Global Affairs

Lessons and Implications of COVID-19 for Europe
Co-host: LSE European Institute

A Critical Assessment of COVID-19’s Impact in MENA
Co-host: LSE Middle East Centre

South Asia: the public health response to COVID-19 – (16:00-17:15)
Co-host: LSE South Asia Centre

COVID-19 in Africa: leadership, inequality and resilience
Co-host: LSE Firoz Lalji Centre for Africa

COVID-19 in Latin America: the lessons for public policy, inequality and innovation 
Co-host: LSE Latin America and Caribbean Centre

18:00 – 20:00 Maryam Forum Challenge: Living with COVID-19 – What leadership do we need?