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Everyone’s responsible: Accountability to end the pandemic

Thursday 11 november 2021 13:45 - 14:45
Twenty months into a global pandemic that has disrupted the lives of billions and caused over five million deaths, world leaders are still struggling to undertake the collective actions needed to end the threat from COVID-19, without effective levers for accountability. In this discussion, global leaders will address the current gaps and value of an external, independent accountability hub to not only accelerate progress on targets and commitments but also empower low- and middle-income countries to quickly identify and access the support they need.
Stage D
Health governance to fight the Covid-19 crisis and prevent future pandemics

Speakers (5)

Krishna Udayakumar
Director

Duke Global Health Innovation Center

Hage Geingob
President

Republic of Namibia

Gayle Smith
Coordinator for Global COVID Response and Health Security

US Department of State

Borut Pahor
President

Republic of Slovenia

Mark Malloch-Brown

President, Open Society Foundations

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