PETRA and the UK Public Health Network began a joint programme of webinars in 2020 to raise awareness and increase understanding of trade policy issues and their implications for population health and wellbeing. Register on the website to watch for free:
30 April 2021: Brexit governance: the implications of the UK’s new governance arrangements for trade and health policies with Michael Dougan of the University of Liverpool, Tamara Hervey of City Law School and Amandine Garde of the University of Liverpool.
19 March 2021: Learning from trade disputes: the cases of plain packaging and minimum unit pricing
with Andrew D. Mitchell of Monash University, Alison Douglas of Alcohol Focus Scotland and Clive Henn of Public Health England.
4 March 2021: Public health at the WTO Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) Committee: post- Brexit lessons for the Government’s Tackling obesity strategy
with Pepita Barlow of LSE, Amandine Garde of the University of Liverpool Law School, Gregory Messenger of the University of Liverpool Law School, and Benn McGrady of WHO
15 January 2021: Introduction to trade and investment laws
with Gregory Messenger and Mavluda Sattorova of the University of Liverpool Law School and Gabriel Siles-Brugge of the University of Warwick.
17 June 2020: Using trade to improve the public’s health and wellbeing
with Sharon Treat of the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy and Amandine Garde of the University of Liverpool Law School