The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the fragility and the inconsistencies of our societal models. It has also been marked by displays of solidarity, by a genuine commitment to the common good and by a willingness to reconsider how we live our lives. The aftermath of this crisis is sure to see a number of social, economic and geopolitical upheavals. What will the post-COVID-19 world look like and what lessons can be learned from the crisis? Will a new societal model emerge or is society already preparing to go back to business as usual?
Because of the sanitary crisis, some speakers will address the debate through videos: Robert Malley, George Gray Molina.