CPop Lecture Series on Care and Intergenerational Justice
The Covid-19 pandemic, as well as the mounting pressures of population ageing are forcing welfare
states around the globe to reckon with the difficulties of meeting health- and social care needs in
ways that are both sustainable and compatible with gender justice and justice between the young
and the old.
CPop / DaWS Interdisciplinary Lecture Series on Care and Intergenerational Justice are organized by
the Societies and Demographic Change section at the Danish Centre for Welfare Studies and the
Interdisciplinary Centre on Population Dynamics at the University of Southern Denmark. They bring
together world-leading researchers to discuss new ways of understanding and addressing the
challenges of implementing just care systems.
20. May 2021 Duration: 90 minutesOnline
The Circular Flow of Care: Spillovers, Interruptions, and Leaks
Presenter: Nancy Folbre, Director, Program on Gender and Care Work, Professor Emerita of Economics, Senior Fellow of the Levy Economics Institute at Bard College, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
03. Jun 2021 Duration: 90 minutesOnline
Age discrimination and the allocation of Covid-19 vaccines
Presenter: Nir Eyal, Henry Rutgers Professor of Bioethics and Director of the Center for Population-Level Bioethics, Department of Health Behavior, Society and Policy Rutgers University, New Brunswick