Mapping and coping the effects of the covid-19 pandemic Event promoted by IMDS, IEPS and World Bank

The Institute for Mobility and Social Development (IMDS), the Institute for Health Policy Studies (IEPS) and the World Bank, in Brasilia, are promoting the webinar “Mapping and coping the effects of the covid-19 pandemic”. In a series of panels, specialists from many areas will come together to try to measure losses due to the pandemic in different areas – such as health, demography, social protection, and education – and map paths for recovery, with focus on children and adolescents and their needs due to the experienced impacts.

On education, how to recover without leaving children and youth behind? On health, what did we learn along these almost 2 years and how to handle the direct and indirect effects of the disease? On demography, how it impacts public policies? How to integrate the health, education, and social protection systems to cope with the problems that will arise? And how to ensure the production of data to help the monitoring of the issues and managers’ decision making?

In two days of online event, experts will seek to suggest viable paths for public management to make up for lost time and resume (i) schooling, considering the changes and medium to long-term effects brought about by the pandemic; (ii) health, considering what a post-vaccination prevention model should look like, how to deal with the long-term effects, direct and indirect, and what model should be designed; (iii) social protection, seeking to integrate the services that will be demanded from the identification of problems in different spaces.

The following questions will also be considered: are there need for legal changes, in the federal sphere, to handle with the new challenges? Is there a role of support and coordination from the federal government?

Target audience: public managers, academics, and civil society.

Target audience: public managers, academics, and civil society.

Date: November 24th and 25th, 2021.

Opening panel – Nov 24th, 9:00 am to 10:30 am (BSB time)

• Opening: welcome greetings of the 3 institutions

• IMDS: Paulo Tafner

• IEPS: Rudi Rocha

• World Bank: Ildo Lautharte

• Moderator – Paula Miraglia

• Panelist 1 – Margareth Dalcomo

• Panelist 2 – Guilherme Werneck

• Panelist 3 – Alexandre Marinho

Early childhood (0-to-5-year-olds) panel – Nov 24th, 10:45 am to 12:15 pm (BSB time)

• Moderator – Ricardo Gandour

• Education Panelist – Amanda Devercelli

• Health Panelist – Rodrigo Oliveira

• Social Protection Panelist – Rita Almeida

• Public Management Panelist – Luciana Siqueira Lira de Miranda

Adolescents of 13-to-19-year-olds – Nov 24th, 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm (BSB time)

• Moderator – Fábio Pupo

• Education Panelist – Michela Carlana

• Health Panelist – Cristiane de Freitas

• Social Protection Panelist – Cecilia Machado

• Public Management Panelist – Aparecida de Fátima Gavioli Soares Pereira

Child and Pre-teens panel (6-to-12-year-olds) – Nov 25th, 9:00 am to 10:30 am (BSB time)

• Moderator – Claudia Colucci

• Education Panelist – Claudio Moura Castro

• Health Panelist – Paulo Bonilha

• Social Protection Panelist – Renan de Almeida Sargiani

• Public Management Panelist – Fred Amancio

Closing panel – Nov 25th, 10:45 am to 12:15 pm (BSB time)

• Moderator – Ricardo Gandour

• Panelist 1 – Eduardo Rios Neto

• Panelist 2 – Eleonora Cruz Santos

• Panelist 3 – Michael França

Join us!

Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEIiFp0Cdlwoc_uJkBOV9Qw

11/24 broadcast: https://youtu.be/-wn_76Ybkk8

11/25 broadcast: https://youtu.be/iruBatqOPBM