Cruise ships have been a central site for the transmission of COVID-19, and some of the hardest cases for governments to respond to. How long, for example, is it reasonable to leave people on a ship as part of quarantine measures? What about workers and vulnerable people? Are there limits under domestic or international law on governments’ ability to force cruise ships to leave Australian waters?
Join us for this discussion between leading public lawyers, historians and international lawyers to debate and analyse these issues.