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What was the role of moral duties in Western responses to Covid-19? How were vaccines distributed globally by states and pharmaceutical companies? And what lessons can be drawn for the ethics of humanitarian action?

These are questions that were discussed in this conversation between Simon Reid-Henry and Jonathan Wolff, with comments by Antoine de Bengy Puyvallée and Kristoffer Lidén. The conversation is an output from the research project Co-duties: Democratic duties, collective action, and the greater good after Covid-19.

You can also listen to the discussion on the NCHS Talking Humanitarianism podcast below and on SpotifyApple and Anchor.

Find more information on the webinar here.