BILETA Response to UK Government call for evidence on Covid 19 Vaccine Certification Inquiry

Felipe Romero Moreno, Edina Harbinja, Kim Barker

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Abstract

The implications of a proposed Covid-19 Vaccine Certification scheme are wide-ranging and present significant obstacles. Alongside the not insignificant concerns relating to potential discrimination from the perspective of vaccinations, there are broader inequality issues in respect of the practicalities of introducing a Covid-19 Vaccine Certificate. Full and careful consideration must be given to a holistic overview before any system is implemented. The Government must ensure that any scheme meets legal standards and norms around equality and non-discrimination, labour rights and privacy and data protection, in particular.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputBILETA Response to UK Government call for evidence on Covid 19 Vaccine Certification Inquiry
PublisherBILETA
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 4 May 2021

Keywords

  • Covid 19
  • Covid passport
  • Human rights
  • Ethics
  • European Court of Human Rights
  • Discrimination
  • Privacy
  • Data protection
  • Freedom of movement
  • Freedom of assembly
  • Coronavirus Safeguards Bill
  • Employment Law
  • Covid vaccine certification

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