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MATERIALS PRODUCED BY THE GOVERNING PANDEMICS INITIATIVE

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Taxonomy of Substantive Proposals for a New Instrument on Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response, Balcazar AB, Burci GL, Strobejko AP

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Policy Brief: One Health as a Pillar for a Transformative Pandemic Treaty, Ruckert A, Gonçalo das Neves C et al.

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A guide to a pandemic treaty: Things you must know to help you make a decision on a pandemic treaty, Nikogosian H

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Policy Brief: Why and how to reflect universal health coverage in the pandemic treaty, UHC2030

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Policy Brief: Disaster Preparedness and Response in International Law: Implications for a Prospective Pandemic Treaty, Strobeyko A

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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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Policy Brief: International sharing of pathogens and genetic sequence data under a pandemic treaty, Piselli D

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Addressing inequity and advancing the right to health to strengthen pandemic prevention, preparedness, and response, A Civil Society Perspective

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Briefing Note on Social and Economic Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic,

Liu A

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Policy Brief: The European Union and the negotiation of the International Pandemic Treaty, Ruiz Cairó E

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Policy Brief: Factors contributing to treaty effectiveness: implications for a possible pandemic treaty, McInerney TF

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Briefing note on international treaty features potentially applicable to a future pandemic treaty, Kummer-Peiry K

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Policy Brief: Social and economic response to COVID-19: implications for a future pandemic response framework, Liu A

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Policy Brief: Experiences from environmental treaty negotiations, Kummer Peiry K

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Comparison of Covid-19 International Review Panel Reports

​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.