Post-pandemic recovery, a chance for renewed multilateralism?

People queue to receive the Covid-19 vaccine in Valencia, Spain, 07 December 2021. [EPA-EFE/Juan Carlos Cardenas]

Post-pandemic recovery has emerged as an opportunity for global governance, putting people and respect for human rights at the centre of the process.

Earlier this year, global leaders issued a joint international call for the adoption of an international treaty for pandemic preparedness and response.

Access to vaccines still varies deeply from one region to another, with a huge gap in the vaccination rate between low and high-income countries.

COVID-19 has also deepened existing inequalities across the world and has been especially harsh on the young generation.

Since there is still no real global solution to tackle the pandemic, this event report looks into future opportunities and fields for collaboration.

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