Public Input into Pandemic Planning

Let’s Talk About Pandemic Policy

COVID-19 policy in British Columbia is evolving as government, decision-makers and public health leaders begin easing pandemic-related restrictions—and public input is critical. What are the risks and trade-offs as businesses re-open, and people begin to return to work and school—and how should we manage them?

We are hosting a series of online community advisory panels to find out what residents of British Columbia value, what you want and what you need. These views will inform decisions during the ongoing response to the pandemic.

We Want to Hear From You!

We are creating community advisory panels to deliberate on emerging COVID-19 policy. These panels will convene online over the next 12-18 months to discuss issues and provide input to decision-making and policy. Volunteer to participate in a community panel and contribute to the COVID-19 policy discussion in BC!

 

PLEASE NOTE: Selected volunteers may be asked to participate in a small group (10 people; one 90-minute session) or a large group (25 people; four or more 90-minute sessions) deliberation hosted online over the next 12-18 months. To help you prepare, we will provide you with background information, which will take about 30 minutes to read, once the deliberation topic and dates have been set.

Find out more about public deliberation here. Learn more about our approach to deliberation here.

Contact Us

Get in touch! Email us at covid.deliberations@ubc.ca.

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