Health, economic and political challenges raised by the COVID-19 epidemic in Africa
This online Bordeaux Summer School is open to graduate and doctoral students as well as professionals interested in the multidisciplinary issues raised by the COVID-19 epidemic in Africa, and it’s immediate and potential consequences
for the continent.
Course content (delivered remotely) will provide participants with a scientific background on the SARS-Cov-2 infection and the COVID-19 disease in Africa, as well as insight into how the response to the epidemic has been defined and implemented. Students will acquire knowledge on the conduct of COVID-19 clinical trials, on food security and the impact of COVID-19 on the agricultural sector in Africa. They will also gain expertise in critical thinking around social inequalities as causes or consequences of the epidemic and
insight into the political governance of the crisis.
Modification of the Bordeaux Summer School “African cities in 2030”
As a result of and as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Bordeaux has decided to amend the content and format of the “African cities in 2030” Bordeaux Summer School. It will now be dedicated to "COVID-19 in Africa: multidisciplinary insights"and be delivered via remote learning.
The “African cities in 2030” Bordeaux Summer School has been postponed until 2021. See "Future editions" section for further details.