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Comparison of Covid-19 International Review Panel Reports

 

Various international expert panels issued reports in 2021 identifying weaknesses in the global system that require reform. A systematic comparison of the reports’ recommendations (initially conducted by Anna Bezruki, organized by the Governing Pandemics initiative’s 6 issue areas) is available here, including those published by the:

  • Independent Panel on Pandemic Preparedness and Response (IPPPR),

  • WHO International Health Regulations Review Committee,

  • WHO Health Emergencies Program Independent Oversight and Accountability Committee, and

  • Global Preparedness Monitoring Board.

WHO / UN DOCUMENTS

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A World in Disorder. Global Preparedness Monitoring Board Annual Report 2020

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GPMB Statement ahead of the 74th World Health Assembly

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Public Health, Innovation and Intellectual Property, WHO Commission on Intellectual Property Rights, Innovation and Public Health

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Advancing the right to health through the Universal Periodic Review

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Independent Oversight and Advisory Committee for the WHO Health Emergencies Programme

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Report of the Review Committee on the Functioning of the International Health Regulations (2005) during the COVID-19 response

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COVID-19: Make it the last pandemic, Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response

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International Health Regulations (2005)

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Research and Development to Meet Health Needs in Developing Countries, WHO Expert Working Group on R&D

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COVID-19 shows why united action is needed for more robust international health architecture

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IPPPR Second Report on Progress

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WHA74 Resolution 74.7: Strengthening WHO preparedness for and response to health emergencies

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Financing pandemic preparedness and response, IPPPR

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Promoting Access to Medical Technologies and Innovation: Intersections between public health, intellectual property and trade

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WHA74 Strategic Briefing: The time to act is now: Preparing for the next pandemic today

SELECT ACADEMIC ANALYSIS & COMMENTARY

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A global pandemic treaty should aim for deep prevention, Vinuales J, Moon S et al.

A global public health convention for the 21st century, Duff J, Liu A et al.

A pandemic treaty for a fragmented global polity, Moon S and Kickbusch I

A pandemic treaty: Where are we now that the leaders have spoken? Nikogosian H and Kickbusch I

Always fighting the last war? Post-Ebola reforms, blindspots & gaps in COVID-19, Moon S and Bezruki A

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An International Legal Framework for the Sharing of Pathogens: Issues and Challenges, Abbott FM

An international pandemic treaty must centre on human rights, Davis SM et al.

An international treaty for pandemic preparedness and response is an urgent necessity, Mehdi F, Nur FA et al.

CEPI—a new global R&D organisation for epidemic preparedness and response, Børge B, Farrar J et al.

Data, disease and diplomacy: GISAID's innovative contribution to global health, Elbe S, Buckland G et al.

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Envisioning an international normative framework for pandemic preparedness and response: Issues, instruments and options, Burci GL, Moon S et al.

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Global public goods for health: Weaknesses and opportunities in the global health system, Moon S, Røttingen J el al.

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"Everybody knows this needs to be done, but nobody really wants to do it": governing pathogen- and benefit-sharing, Rizk A, Bezruki A et al.

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Health leaders criticise limited ACT-A review, Usher A

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From international sanitary conventions to global health security: The new International Health Regulations, Fidler D

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Independent Review and Investigation Mechanisms to Prevent Future Pandemics: A Proposed Way Forward, Lehtimaki S, Reidy A et al.

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Global common goods for health: Towards a new framework for global financing, Kickbusch I and Soucat A

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Investing for a rainy day: challenges in financing national preparedness for outbreaks, Moon S and Vaidya R

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Global coordination on cross-border travel and trade measures crucial to COVID-19 response, Lee K, Worsnop CZ et al.

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Pandemic treaty needs to start with rethinking the paradigm of global health security, Fukuda-Parr S, Buss P et al.

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Political intrusions into the International Health Regulations treaty and its impact on management of rapidly emerging zoonotic pandemics, Burkle FM

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Post-covid reforms: Can we avoid fighting the last war? Bezruki A and Moon S

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Preparing for the next pandemic, Wenham C, Kavanagh M et al.

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Preparing international cooperation on pandemic prevention for the Anthropocene, Carlson CJ, Albery GF et al.

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Proposal for a WHO treaty on pandemics raises concerns, Ramakrishnan N and Gopakumar KM

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Report of the Commission on Epidemics and International Law, Institut  de  Droit  international

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Report of the G20 High Level Independent Panel on Financing the Global Commons for Pandemic Preparedness and Response: A Global Deal for our Pandemic Age

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Reserving coronavirus disease 2019 vaccines for global access: Cross sectional analysis, So AD and Woo J

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The 2011 pandemic influenza preparedness framework: Global health secured or a missed opportunity? Lee K and Kamradt-Scott A

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The global governance of access to countermeasures, Moon S, Bezruki A et al.

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The legal response to pandemics: The strengths and weaknesses of the International Health Regulations, Burci GL

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The Neglected Dimension of Global Security: A Framework to Counter Infectious Disease Crises, Commission on a Global Health Risk

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The outbreak of COVID-19: Are the International Health Regulations fit for purpose?, Burci GL

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The Role of International Law in Vaccinating Against COVID-19: Appraising the COVAX Initiative, Bogdandy A and Villarreal PA

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WHO’s Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework: A Milestone in Global Governance, Gostin L and Fidler DP

SELECT OTHER RESOURCES

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A global pandemic treaty won't work until leaders realise the benefits of solidarity, Wenham C

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A new pandemic treaty needs to be powerful not only on paper, Chapagain J

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A new WHO international treaty on pandemic preparedness and response: Can it address the needs of the global south?, Velásquez G and Syam N

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A pandemic treaty? Opening the door to the reform of global health security, Patnaik P

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COVID-19 is smoke and mirrors—What matters is international law, Kickbusch I

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Does the world need another international treaty to deal with future pandemics?, Cook M

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The politics and promise behind a proposed pandemic treaty, Tomlinson C

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Global Health Is In Disarray – But Is A Pandemic Treaty The Way Out?, Vijay SL

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The world must learn from COVID before diving into a pandemic treaty

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How A New International Pandemic Treaty Can Prevent the Next Big One, Goldberg MG

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Should Members Pursue a Pandemic Treaty, In the Midst of a Global Pandemic?, Ramakrishnan N, Gopakumar K et al.

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Joint statement by UHC2030 Co-Chairs and the UHC Movement Political Advisory Panel, Barron GC, Koonin J et al.

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Preparing for Future Pandemics Means Improving and Reforming -- Not Abandoning -- the WHO, Sofaer AD

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Why did the world’s pandemic warning system fail when COVID hit?, Maxmen A