Expert
Tolullah Oni
Topics:
Global health
Global Diet and Activity Research Group, MRC Epidemiology Unit, University of Cambridge
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World Health Summit 2021 – The Socio-Economics of Pandemics Policy
A pandemic is not just a brief shock but will affect societies and economies for an extended period of time. How must economic and social policies be adapted to ensure a functioning economy that serves human purposes first and foremost; and in which social prosperity and health are not just derivatives of economic growth?
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Health Investments for Social and Economic Prosperity
The wealth of our societies is typically described in terms of economic growth, production and income. Yet, people would probably name good health as their most important goal, particularly under the current pandemic circumstances. Economic prosperity is intrinsically dependent on public health. Investments in healthcare and R&D, as well as in other social and health-promoting ... Read more
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We are in this together – how fair is the global access to vaccines? Interview with Martin Schulz and Antonio Guterres
Antonio Guterres, Secretary-General, United Nations and Martin Schulz, President, Friedrich Ebert Foundation discussing the pandemic as a global problem, addressing global vaccine strategy and its fairness throughout the world.
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Pandemic Preparedness as a Global Challenge – Keynote: Michael Kremer
Not only the fair distribution of vaccines against the coronavirus is currently a central challenge of the international community. Also, the establishment of effective and resilient public health systems including skilled personnel, disease prevention and monitoring, and access to treatments remain important for global health and pandemic preparedness. The Covid-19 pandemic has shown the aggravating ... Read more
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No one is safe, until everyone is safe – Strategies and challenges to achieve a global vaccine strategy
COVID-19 is a global challenge that can therefore only be solved globally. While the debate in the European Union has focused heavily on local and regional vaccine distribution, an essential key in winning the fight against the pandemic has been overlooked: we need a global vaccination strategy and global equitable access to a vaccine. At ... Read more
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Health as a Global Public Good: Why we need a Global Pandemic Treaty
The session is moderated by Professor Ilona Kickbusch, a member of the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board (GPMB) – which had initially proposed a framework for pandemic preparedness. A high-level representative of the European Union explains the initial intention of the proposal and where exactly it stands now, also the World Health Organization (WHO) defines how ... Read more
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Keynote: Minister Jens Spahn Panel: Pandemic preparedness as a global challenge
Not only the fair distribution of vaccines against the coronavirus is currently a central challenge of the international community. Also, the establishment of effective and resilient public health systems including skilled personnel, disease prevention and monitoring, and access to treatments remain important for global health and pandemic preparedness. The Covid-19 pandemic has shown the aggravating ... Read more
Policy Brief
Targeting pollution to improve health and mitigate climate change: The G20 “Safeguarding the planet” agenda – a call for action
Laura Schaefli (Global Alliance on Health and Pollution), Rachael Kupka (Global Alliance on Health and Pollution), Richard Fuller (Global Alliance on Health and Pollution)
Policy Brief
Accelerating progress toward universal health coverage
Ahmed Alamri (Riyadh Economic Forum), Hanan Alahmadi (Riyadh Economic Forum), Husein Reka (Asia Global Institute, Hong Kong University), Jonty Roland (Health For All Advisory)

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