Suppose you are in the market for viewing a left-wing synopsis on why we should be reminded (because of Covid-19 and “systemic inequities,”) “that the poorest and most vulnerable always bear the brunt of our collective failures.” Or that “now is the time to build more sustainable, resilient, and inclusive societies.” In that case, the following live virtual event may be for you.
“In getting back to health, it is critical that these communities be at the heart of our recovery efforts. Society-level crises are occasions for starting anew, rethinking old assumptions, and leveraging human ingenuity and creativity. Tragically, the pandemic has set back the sustainable development agenda in countless ways. Yet by shining a spotlight on issues that can no longer be ignored and restoring science to its proper place at the center of our decision-making processes, the crisis can – indeed, must – serve as a wake-up call.
At our upcoming event on global health and development, leading experts will examine the immediate legacy of the pandemic and explore solutions for bringing all communities and societies back to health,” the organizers of the event say.
In Partnership With, European Investment Bank and Bill and Melinda Gates foundation
We understand that the World Health Organization (WHO) is a part of the agenda. We consider the WHO to be a puppet group controlled by China and would not take advice from them. We wonder if old Bill will tune in.