GOVERNING PANDEMICS 101
Pandemics such as Covid-19 pose wicked challenges for global governance. The Global Health Centre piloted a free, open online course from 8 April to 15 July 2022 designed for learners who wish to follow and engage with ongoing processes to reform global arrangements for pandemic preparedness and response. Topics include WHO; treaties; financing: sharing of data and samples; access to vaccines and drugs; trade and travel restrictions; animal-human health; human rights; humanitarian assistance; universal health coverage and geopolitics. Teaching methods include mini-lectures from a range of experts, short exercises, background readings and live discussions. The course met for one hour every other week, with certificates available to learners who completed the course.
Deepen your understanding of key concepts and current issues
related to governing pandemics
Identify the main challenges for which reforms are being
Strengthen understanding of governance processes
at the global level
WHO IS THIS PROGRAMME FOR?
This programme is relevant for anyone interested in global health,
and practitioners from private, public, international organisations,
and NGO sectors wishing to understand global health processes
related to pandemic preparedness and response.
Date: 8 April - 15 July 2022
Format: Online lectures, exercises, and live discussions
Certificates will be delivered to participants who attend at least 6 sessions