4 th GPN Global Webinar
Participation is free
Registration is required (limited places on Zoom): https://bit.ly/38pjr2F
Tuesday 7 June 2022
12.00 – 18.00 (CET Rome)
11.00 – 17.00 (UTC London)
06.00 – 12.00 (EDT New York)
13.00 – 19.00 (EEST Athens)
13.00 – 19.00 (EAT Kampala)
15.30 – 21.30 (IST New Delhi)
17.00 – 23.00 (WIB Jakarta)
17.00 – 23.00 (CST Beijing)
15.30 – 18.00 (CET Rome)
14.30 – 17.00 (UTC London)
09.30 – 12.00 (EDT New York)
16.30 – 19.00 (EEST Athens)
16.30 – 19.00 (EAT Kampala)
19.00 – 21.30 (IST New Delhi)
20.30 – 23.00 (WIB Jakarta)
20.30 – 23.00 (CST Beijing)
Professor / University of Macerata GPN Steering Committee IGHER (EPLO) Advisory Council
Professor / University of Macerata
GPN Steering Committee
IGHER (EPLO) Advisory Council
Professor / University of Urbino Carlo Bo Director IGHER (EPLO) GPN Coordinator
Professor / University of Urbino Carlo Bo
Director IGHER (EPLO)
Associate Professor / University of Tor Vergata GPN Steering Committee
Aggregate Professor Of Public Management. Denita has been visiting professor at the York University (European Union Centre of Excellence), Toronto, Canada, in 2011. Her main research interests are in the areas of collaborative governance (network management and co-production), cutback management, strategic performance management, comparative public management reform, administrative capacity building and public sector reform in developing and transition countries. Her publications have appeared in academic journals such as Public Management Review, Public Administration and Development, Public Money & Management, International Review of Administrative Sciences, International Journal of Public Administration, International Public Management Review, International Journal of Public Sector Management, Journal of Management and Governance, Croatian and Comparative Public Administration, South Asian Water Studies, Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences.
She is board member of the International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM), of which she has chaired and hosted the 2012 conference in Rome. She is chair of the European Academy of Management (EURAM) Strategic interest group on Public Management. Denita has been nominated member of the OECD Associate Group on the Observatory of Public Sector Innovation in 2012.
Professor / Trento University WHO Covid-19 Litigation Project
Paola Iamiceli is Full Professor of Private Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Trento (Italy). She earned her Law degree at the University of Rome in 1995, her LLM at the University of Chicago (in 1999) and her PhD in the Law of Obligations at the University of Ferrara (in 2000). She has been a member of several research project groups at EU and international level, including a Working Group set by the International Institution for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT) and the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) on Contract Farming. She is currently part of two EU judicial training programmes in the area of protection of fundamental rights.
Professor/ Luisa University - IIAS
Professor / University of Tor Vergata IGHER (EPLO) Advisory Council GPN Coordinator
Her research interests now focus on Regulatory expropriation, Global and European Administrative Law, Health Care
Professor Emeritus of Law / University of Limoges President / International Center for Comparative
Michel Prieur - Keynote Speech "The Draft Convention on Pandemics"
Professor Emeritus at the University of Limoges and Honorary Dean of the Faculty of Law and Economic Sciences of Limoges, President of the International Center for Comparative Environmental Law and Scientific Director of the Centre de recherches interdisciplinaires en droit de l’environnement, de l’aménagement et de l’urbanisme
Tracey Evans Chan
Associate Professor Director / Law Academy - National University of Singapore
Tracey Evans Chan - "Health Care System Response in SINGAPORE"
Hsu Li Yang
Vice Dean for Global Health Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health National University of Singapore
Hsu Li Yang - "Health Care System Response in SINGAPORE"
Dr Li Yang Hsu is an infectious diseases physician who is currently Vice Dean of Global Health and Head of the Infectious Diseases Programme at Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore (NUS). He is also Associate Director of the Singapore Centre for Environmental Life Sciences Engineering, a Research Centre of Excellence on biofilms and microbial communities based jointly at Nanyang Technological University and NUS. He has been involved in COVID-19 expert advisory roles in Singapore, and also in research and public education throughout the different phases of the pandemic.
Li (Stephen) Du
Assistant Professor / Faculty of Law University of Macau
Li (Stephen) Du - "Health Care System Response in MAINLAND CHINA"
Dr. Li Du is an assistant professor at the University of Macau Faculty of Law, Macau SAR. He holds dual bachelor’s degrees in both clinical medicine and law (Wuhan University, China) and a Ph.D. in law (University of Alberta, Canada). His teaching and research interests include international law, food law, biotechnology law and policy, and privacy law. Dr. Du has led many research projects on legal and ethical implications of novel and emerging biotechnologies, e.g., genetic testing, stem cells, synthetic biotechnology, etc. He shares his research findings at international conferences frequently and publishes articles regularly in leading academic journals.
Associate Professor of Law Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
Uday Shankar - "Health Care System Response in INDIA"
Prof. Uday Shankar is Associate Professor of Law at Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur. He holds a PhD from University of Delhi. He was in the Global Intensive Programme for Young Leading Scholars by International Association of Constitutional Law (2018); he was Magdalene Schoch Fellowship, at Faculty of Law, University of Hamburg (2017). He was awarded fellowship by the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg, Germany (2008). His research areas are Constitutional Law; Socio-Economic Rights; Energy Law; Employment Law; Public Law and IP Interface.
Anne Amin - "Health Care System Response: the UN-HABITAT perspective"
Anne Amin is a legal specialist at the Policy, Legislation and Governance Section of UN-Habitat with twenty years of international professional experience in a variety of different areas, including advisory services in legislative processes, legislative drafting, capacity building and research. Her areas of expertise include urban governance, physical planning law and human rights. Anne holds a Master’s degree in Law from the University of Helsinki, Finland, with a specialization in International Tax Law and a Master’s Degree in International Law from the University of Paris VIII, France. She is fluent in English, French and Spanish.
Lecture / University of Roehampton University of London
Lecturer in Sociology and International Relations at University of Roehampton. Expert in commissioning and editing a think tank’s opinion series, researching with a number of organisations, public speaking and extensive campaigning and communications experience as well as delivering academic papers. Professor Crook has published a number of papers and books on green criminology, sociology of rights and the political economy of genocide and mass violence.
University of London – Human Rights Consortium Director
Damien Short - Introductory Address
Professor Damien Short is Co-Director of the Human Rights Consortium (HRC) and a Professor of Human Rights and Environmental Justice at the School of Advanced Study. He has spent his entire professional career working in the field of human rights and environmental justice, both as a scholar and advocate. He has researched and published extensively in the areas of indigenous peoples’ rights, genocide studies, reconciliation projects and environmental human rights. He is currently researching the human rights impacts of extreme energy processes (e.g Tar Sands and Fracking – see our designated HRC website http://extremeenergy.org) . Professor Short is a regular academic contributor to the United Nation’s ‘Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples’ and an academic consultant for the ‘Ethical Trade Task Force’ of the Soil Association. He is also the Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Human Rights (Taylor and Francis) and Editor-in-chief of the Journal of Human Rights in the Commonwealth (University of London) and convenor of the British Sociological Association’s Sociology of Rights Study Group and an active member of the International Network of Genocide Scholars. Professor Short has also worked with a variety of NGOs including Amnesty International, War on Want, Survival International, Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace and the International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs; and with a range of campaign groups including Eradicating Ecocide, Biofuelwatch, Climate Justice Collective and the UK Tar Sands Network. He currently advises local anti-fracking groups in the UK and county councils on the human rights implications of unconventional (extreme) energy extraction processes such as fracking.
Professor / Health Systems Management Ben Gurion University of the Negev
Nadav Davidovitch - "Health Care System Response in ISRAEL"
Prof. Nadav Davidovitch is an epidemiologist and public health physician and Head of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev’s School of Public Health. In the past, he has served as Chair of the Department of Health Systems Management at the University and the Center for Health Policy Research in the Negev.In addition, Prof. Davidovitch is Chair of the Association of Public Health Physicians in Israel, the official Israel representative on the Executive Committee of the European Public Health Association, a member of various committees of the Israeli Ministry of Health including the cabinet of the “Magen Israel” program (a national program for fighting the coronavirus), and a member of various international committees including the Task Force on the Coronavirus of the European Association of the School of Public Health.Prof. Davidovitch has authored a great many articles and books on the subject of public health, health policy, health economics, health systems management, ethics and sociology of health
Professor / University of Administrative Sciences Speyer
Cristina Fraenkel-Haeberle - "Health Care System Response in GERMANY"
Since 2016 Prof. Dr. Cristina Fraenkel-Haeberle coordinates the research programme “European Administrative Space” at the German Research Institute for Public Administration Speyer where she is also a professor for public law at the German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer, Germany. Her main research interests are in European and national administrative Law, university and environmental law as well as democracy studies.
Stefano Civitarese Matteucci
Professor / University of Chieti Pescara
Stefano Civitarese Matteucci - "Health Care System Response in ITALY"
Professor of Public law, Department of Legal and Social Studies, University of Chieti-Pescara; Honorary Professor at York Law School — Rapporteur for Italy Rapporteur for Italy in the research project ‘Lex Atlas: Covid-19 – The Oxford Compendium of National Legal Responses to Covid-19, Oxford University Press. Authored, co-authored and edited more than 150 works among books, articles, book chapters, annotations of statutes/case law, reports, and reviews over about 25 years of academic career.
Distinguished Professor- Paul O’Neill Chair - Herman Wells Professor Associate Vice Provost (AVP) for Health Sciences Indiana University, Bloomington - O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Kosali Simon - "Health Care System Response in the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA "
Dr. Kosali Simon joined O’Neill as a professor in 2010. In 2016 she was named a Herman B Wells Endowed Professor, becoming only the third recipient of this honor at Indiana University. In 2019 she was appointed Associate Vice Provost (AVP) for Health Sciences at IUB. In 2021, she was elected to the National Academy of Medicine. In 2022, she was named a Paul O’Neill Chair at the O’Neill School, and as an IU Distinguished Professor.Simon is a nationally known health economist who specializes in applying economic analysis in the context of health insurance and health care policy. Her current research mainly focuses on the impact of health insurance reform on healthcare and labor market outcomes, and on the causes and consequences of the opioid crisis.
Amed Ramirez Sanchez
Professor / Facultad de Derecho Universidad de la Habana
Amed Ramírez Sánchez - "Health Care System Response in the CUBA"
Law Degree at the Universidad de Oriente, Santiago de Cuba. Gold Title and Recognition for outstanding work in culture, teaching and research, best comprehensive graduate in the Sports category and best Graduate General Integral of the Faculty of Law of the promotion (academic year 2008-2009). Best General Comprehensive Graduate of the promotion (academic year 2008-2009) of the Universidad de Oriente, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. Mention for the Best Student Researcher of Social Sciences Award in the country (2009)
Vitor Rhein Schirato
Professor / Faculdade de Direito Universidade de São Paulo
Vitor Rhein Schirato - "Health Care System Response in BRAZIL"
Vitor is a lawyer with more than 15 years of experience in Administrative Law and Infrastructure. Professor of Administrative Law at the Law School of the University of São Paulo. Doctorate (PhD) in Public Law from the Law School of the University of São Paulo (USP).Member of the Italian Association of Administrative Law Professors (AIPDA). Vice-President of The Center for Administrative, Environmental and Urban Law Studies (Cedau). Member of the Asociación Iberoamericana de Estudios de Regulación (Asier). Author of books and articles published in Brazil and abroad related to Administrative Law, Infrastructure and Regulated Sectors.
Martina Conticelli, Univeristy of Tor Vergata
Matteo Gnes, University of Urbino Carlo Bo
Elisa Scotti, University of Macerata
Cristiana Lauri, University of Macerata, EUI
Paola Apollaro, University of Urbino Carlo Bo