No jab, no job? The Covid-19 vaccination conundrum

13 Jul 2021 1200 - 1300 BST

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No jab, no job? The Covid-19 vaccination conundrum

A webinar presented by the IBA Diversity and Equality Law
Date: 13 July 2021
Time: 1200-1300 BST

Join us for a discussion on this highly topical and controversial subject as we unpack the implications of the Covid-19 vaccine from a workplace diversity and equality perspective.

Some of the big issues we will consider include:
• Can employers force their employees to get a Covid-19 vaccine?
• What if an employee refuses to be vaccinated – does the reason for refusal matter?
• What are the implications for diversity and equality?
• What consequences can be imposed for refusal?
• Are vaccine passports discriminatory?


  • Frances Anderson  Victorian Government Solicitor’s Office, Melbourne, Victoria; Website Officer, IBA Diversity and Equality Law Committee


  • Philip Berkowitz  Littler Mendelson, New York; Council Member, IBA Global Employment Institute
  • Mikael Pelan   Avocats, Paris; Conference Quality Officer, IBA Diversity and Equality Law Committee
  • Ajay Singh Solanki   Nishith Desai Associates, Mumbai; Co-Chair, IBA Diversity and Equality Law Committee Disability Rights Working Group
  • Melania Soncin   De Luca Tamajo e Soci, Milan
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