- David Oxtoby, President, American Academy of Arts and Sciences
- José E. Alvarez, Professor of International Law, New York University School of Law
- David Fidler, Senior Fellow for Global Health and Cybersecurity, Council on Foreign Relations
- Justice Nonvignon, Ag. Head, Health Economics Programme, Africa CDC
- Jennifer Welsh, Canada 150 Research Chair in Global Governance and Security, McGill University; Co-Chair, Rethinking the Humanitarian Health Response to Violent Conflict project, American Academy of Arts and Science
- Amanda Glassman, Executive Vice President and Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development
This event is co-hosted with the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Lessons on how to face future health emergency threats are still emerging from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and many challenges remain to ensuring effective, efficient, and equitable global governance and financing for pandemic preparedness in the future.
Earlier this year, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences released a report to take stock of lessons learned from past efforts to combat common threats and international cooperation failures in the face of COVID-19, and CGD has long examined the role and effectiveness of global institutions in advancing global health security.
Join CGD and the Academy for a conversation on the intersections between the current state of financing for pandemic preparedness via the new Pandemic Fund at the World Bank, pandemic treaty negotiations, and the role of effective multilateral, multistakeholder collaboration in driving a reform agenda forward.