The New Inequality: Vaccine Ethics
Originally aired on October 30
Re-release November 30
Authors and experts in candid, live conversation reflect on the topics that matter most during this unprecedented time. As the world continues to traverse the COVID-19 pandemic, the race to vaccinate populations against the virus has raised many ethical questions. This panel discussion, with panelists Maxwell J. Smith, Kate Choi, Safura Abdool Karim and moderator Ananya Tina Banerjee, examines the moral obligation to be vaccinated and share supplies, as well as the impact of vaccine inequity and the racial and socioeconomic factors that contribute to it. As questions around vaccine passports and differing legislation circulate ahead of a fourth wave, these key topics have a direct impact on day-to-day life in Canada and around the world. Tune in each day of the Festival to hear new speakers in critical conversation about the topics shaping today’s world.
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