Webinar: What’s next for Global Health in the wake of the pandemic?

The Clingendael Institute organizes a series of online events regarding the complexities around the future of global health. The series kicks off with the webinar ‘What’s Next for Global Health in the Wake of the Pandemic?’ on Friday 29 April 2022 at 10:00 am (CET). Register here.

While the COVID-19 pandemic is no longer dominating news headlines, the world is looking for ways to prevent a new pandemic. The worldwide response to COVID-19 caused vulnerabilities within societies and health systems, unveiling the structural shortcomings in pandemic preparedness and response.

The Netherlands is actively taking part in the negotiations regarding creating a new pandemic instrument and ways to avoid and better address outbreaks of new infectious diseases. During the first event of the Global Health Webinar Series, experts will discuss the progress of this development in an online Zoom event. Participants of the webinar can share their views through polls and ask questions in the Q&A session.

The conversation will delve into the role of international institutions and the private sector in the field of global health. It will discuss which lessons can be drawn from the pandemic and what can be done to sustain global health efforts now that COVID-19 seems to have taken a back seat in the global discourse.

Join the conversation with:

  • Peter Sands, Executive Director Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
  • Ilona Kickbusch, Founder of the Global Health Centre at the Graduate Institute in Geneva
  • Dorette Corbey, Vice-chair of the Development Cooperation Committee of the Advisory Council of International Affairs, Chairman of the Bioresources Materials Netherlands Steering Group, former Member of European Parliament

Moderator: Louise van Schaik, Head of Unit EU & Global Affairs, the Clingendael Institute.


Will we see you there? Register here.

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