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The global pandemic has been a catalyst for accelerating a rethinking of public decision making in times of emergency. Many of you have been directly affected by the challenges posed, such as physical distancing and lockdowns necessitating online alternatives to physical meetings, and governments struggling to ensure citizen compliance with public health measures imposed top-down.
Our founder and director, Alberto Alemanno, has been invited to discuss the different democratic responses to COVID-19 with the “lightning talks” of the first half of the OECD event. The second half of the meeting will be a virtual world café about the questions you would like to discuss most with other Network members.
Alberto Alemanno is the founder of The Good Lobby and Jean Monnet Professor in EU Law at HEC Paris since 2009. He has and an extensive career as an academic and public activist. For the last decade, he has devoted his work on the democratization of the European Union in areas such as public health, consumer rights and food policy as well as legal education reform. He has developed the concept of citizen lobbying to rethink representative democracy in the national and transnational space