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Industrial Policies for Health: The G20 Must Act Now

Commentary by Smita Srinivas, Co-Chair of Task Force 1 on Global Health and Covid-19. Originally published on IAI's website. A year and a half into the pandemic, industrial policies are reverting to a dangerous “normal”, aggravating the drivers of the pandemic and accelerating the same business models that arguably brought us to this crisis juncture. [...]

Industrial Policies for Health: The G20 Must Act Now2021-09-03T08:50:59+01:00

Health at the centre stage: recommendations for the G20 Ministers

Download the T20 Statement in PDF This is the most important moment for Health in a century.  More than 200 million people have had confirmed COVID-19, and more than 4.5 million people are known to have died of the disease worldwide, making COVID-19 the most consequential global pandemic since 1918.  The actual health toll [...]

Health at the centre stage: recommendations for the G20 Ministers2021-09-15T12:37:57+01:00

Task Force 1 – Preliminary Policy Recommendations

Preliminary findings and proposals by Task Force 1 on Global Health Health systems: strengthening preparedness and resilience The COVID-19 pandemic has increased pressures on health systems across the world, exacerbating existing resource and capacity constraints. To guarantee health quality and efficiency for all, it is necessary to substantially increase the preparedness capabilities of health systems [...]

Task Force 1 – Preliminary Policy Recommendations2021-07-12T14:52:22+01:00

The Health Priority for Italy’s G20 Presidency: Immunise the World, Equitably

Commentary by Robert Yates, Executive Director of the Centre for Universal Health, Chatham House. Originally published on IAI's website. Global health is often on the agenda of G20 leaders and given the breadth of this vast topic it is usually a challenge for the annual Presidency to propose priority themes and policies. Should the focus [...]

The Health Priority for Italy’s G20 Presidency: Immunise the World, Equitably2021-07-12T14:48:26+01:00
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