How including scientific evidence in legal decision-making can help us answer questions in public health law. Case study: justifiability and proportionality of discrimination in EU Digital Covid Certificates.

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EU digital covid certificates (DCCs) scheme, instituted in the summer of 2021 under the Regulation 2021/953 (DCCR) to facilitate reopening European borders, assumes that certificate holders pose less of a risk to public health and their freedom of movement should not be restricted. As the DCCR made sweeping assumption about the underlying mechanisms of immunity, transmission and risk, and access, questions about discrimination were raised. My doctoral project seeks to answer the following research question: In what manner should EU law consider scientific findings in its evaluation of legal questions such as discrimination, and how do scientific findings justify differential treatment?
Originele taal-2English
ArtikelnummerA1665
Pagina's (van-tot)475
Aantal pagina's1
TijdschriftPopulation medicine
Volume5
Nummer van het tijdschriftSupplement
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StatusPublished - 2023
Evenement17th world congress on public health - Rome, Italy
Duur: 2 mei 20236 mei 2023
https://wcph.org/

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