GLO Global Conference online research paper session: Trust & Inequality


Jo Ritzen, Bruno Martorano, Yannick Markof, Zina Nimeh, & Lonneke Nillesen, UNU-MERIT

The dramatic global challenges facing the world today request close collaborations between scientists around the world and those interested in evidence-based policymaking that supports human and planetary welfare. The Global Labour Organisation (GLO) annual conference is a 24-hour event on 1 and 2 December that reflects on the nexus between research and policy.

Researchers at UNU-MERIT whose work touches on themes of trust and inequality are contributing to the annual conference through a special session. The lineup includes: 

  • Globalization and Trust in Government
    Jo Ritzen (UNU-MERIT)
  • Do pandemics Lead to Rebellion? Policy Responses to COVID-19, Inequality and Protests in the USA
    Bruno Martorano (UNU-MERIT)
  • Turning COVID-19 Vaccines into Vaccinations in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from Panel Survey Data
    Yannick Markof (UNU-MERIT)
  • Unequal Outcomes of Women’s Empowerment in Colombia: A Multidimensional Approach
    Zina Nimeh (UNU-MERIT)
  • Breaking Down Menstrual Health Barriers in Bangladesh
    Lonneke Nillesen (UNU-MERIT)

Please join us via the Zoom link to hear about these important topics! 



Venue: Zoom: https://maastrichtuniversity.zoom.us/j/93601564032

Date: 02 December 2022

Time: 10:00 - 12:00Β Β CET


UNU-MERIT