Dr Dominic Smith – Citizens’ Panel on Covid-19 Strategy

Dr Dominic Smith – Citizens’ Panel on Covid-19 Strategy

Dr Dominic Smith from the Centre recently had the pleasure of taking part in an expert witness panel for the Scottish Parliament, that fed into the work of a Citizens’ Panel on Covid-19 Strategy.

The panel responded to the question: “What priorities should shape the Scottish Government’s approach to Covid-19 restrictions and strategy in 2021?”. As part of this process, Dominic was asked to map public attitudes in relation to political ideologies.

You can watch his contribution here:

You can read the full report here:

https://www.parliament.scot/parliamentarybusiness/CurrentCommittees/116947.aspx

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Don Ihde • Graham Harman • Markus Gabriel • Christina Howells • Peter Hallward • Adrian Johnston • Todd Mei • Jeffrey Bell • Daniel W. Smith • Luce Irigaray • Jacques Rancière • Simon Glendinning • Clive Cazeaux • Jonathan Ree • Dermot Moran • Brian O Connor • Tony Oconnor • David Cooper • Stephen Houlgate • Keith Ansell Pearson • Rachel Jones • Andrea Rehberg • Gaetano Chiurrazi • George Taylor • Julia Hansen • Mike Wheeler

Dr Dominic Smith – Citizens’ Panel on Covid-19 Strategy

Dr Dominic Smith – Citizens’ Panel on Covid-19 Strategy

Dr Dominic Smith from the Centre recently had the pleasure of taking part in an expert witness panel for the Scottish Parliament, that fed into the work of a Citizens' Panel on Covid-19 Strategy. The panel responded to the question: “What priorities should shape the...

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