Veebiseminar tutvustab Globaalse Digitaalsete Inimõiguste Võrgustiku (GDHRNet) hiljuti valminud uuringut Covid-19 immuniseerimispassi inimõigustega seotud mõjude kohta. Uuringus osalesid teadlased 23 riigist. Tulemusi ja soovitusi tutvustavad võrgustiku juht professor Mart Susi ja võrgustiku teadusuuringute töögrupi juht dotsent Tiina Pajuste.
Veebiseminari avab Eesti välisminister Eva-Maria Liimets. Endine Eesti president Toomas Hendrik Ilves ja Saksamaa Föderaalvalitsuse küberjulgeoleku suursaadik Regine Grienberger kommenteerivad uuringut ja avaldavad oma seisukohad immuniseerimispasside teemal. Antud teemal teeb avalduse ka Euroopa Liidu Põhiõiguste Ameti direktor Michael O’Flaherty.
Veebiseminar toimub inglise keeles. Veebiseminar on tasuta.
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Dr Regine Grienberger is Cyber Ambassador at the Federal Foreign Office. She is a career diplomat. Her professional path has focused on EU foreign relations, EU economic and financial issues, Common Agricultural Policy. Ms. Grienberger was Deputy Chief of Staff (Ministers Gabriel and Maas) and she has worked at German missions in Slovenia and Italy. Ms. Grienberger holds a doctoral degree in agricultural sciences.
Mart Susi is professor of human rights law at Tallinn University. He is Chair of Global Digital Human Rights Network. He is Editor-in-chief of the East European Yearbook on Human Rights, and editor and co-editor of various volumes on digital and new human rights.
Dr Tiina Pajuste is the Associate Professor of International and European Law at Tallinn University. She holds a PhD in Law from the University of Cambridge and an LLM from the University of Helsinki; she has also worked in both institutions in a research capacity. She is the leader of the research focused work package of the Global Digital Human Rights Network. Her previous projects include EC funded Hurmur and UK ESRC funded Legal Tools for Peace-making Project.
Eva-Maria Liimets is the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia. She graduated from the University of Tartu in 1996 with a degree in public administration and from the Estonian Business School in 2005 with a master’s degree in international business management. She has been the Ambassador in the Czech Republic with co-accreditation in Slovenia and Croatia, the Adviser to the European Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Consul General in New York.
Toomas Hendrik Ilves is the former president of Estonia (2006-2016), a coordinator of the Innovation and Technology working group at WHO Pan-European Commission on health and sustainability. Ilves has served as chairman of the EU Task Force on eHealth, chairman of the High-Level Panel on Global Internet Cooperation and Governance Mechanisms convened by ICANN, and chairman of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Cyber Security. He has co-chaired the advisory panel of the World Bank's World Development Report 2016 "Digital Dividends", and The World Economic Forum working group The Global Futures Council on Blockchain Technology.
Professor Michael O'Flaherty is Director of the EU Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA). Previously, Michael O'Flaherty was Established Professor of Human Rights Law and Director of the Irish Centre for Human Rights at the National University of Ireland, Galway. He has served as Chief Commissioner of the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission, Member of the UN Human Rights Committee and head of a number of UN Human Rights Field Operations. He is the author of around 10 books and 60 articles in the field of human rights.