This report presents key, human rights-based, insights from a pilot study examining national legal and policy responses to COVID-19. The study was carried out by RWI researchers in collaboration with the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. The report identifies areas of concern, as well as promising practices from the 14 countries, and also sketches a forward-looking rights-based pandemic preparedness and response agenda linked to the post-2015 international frameworks.
To read the study :
Pandemic preparedness and response in human rights perspective – final report
You can also find the recording of RWI’s webinar regarding this issue here :
Webinar: Pandemic Preparedness and Response – National Covid-19 Law and Policy in Human Rights Perspective