The second Progress Report from the Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response that has been appointed by the World Health Organisation to investigate the international response to COVID-19 pandemic and its origins… Read More
The first Progress Report from the Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response that has been appointed by the World Health Organisation to investigate the international response to COVID-19 pandemic and its origins… Read More
Our common survival at local-global levels depends on being able to understand the urgencies of exponential change across these timescales. The ‘‘Pandemic Lens’’ introduced by the COVID-19 pandemic gives us perspective to operate with informed short-term to long-term decision making for the benefit of all on Earth across generations.… Read More
The global population deserves a better model — one that delivers information about the risk of emergent infectious diseases faster and in a way that is transparent, verifiable and non-politicised. A discussion paper… Read More
As industrialised countries have struggled, much of the developing world has quietly shown remarkable levels of preparedness and creativity during the pandemic. Yet the developed world is paying little attention.… Read More
What if the world’s leading scientists, policymakers and thought leaders collaborated on defining pathways to build back better and to bounce forward on issues of sustainability and social justice? IIASA and ISC have created a platform to allow this to happen. See their reports now!… Read More
INGSA/Koi Tū EXCLUSIVE INGSA is proud to present the first preliminary report from the INGSA Evidence-to-Policy Tracker data – How did countries respond and when? How did their strategies change over time?
INGSA/Koi Tū EXCLUSIVE Featuring a truly global line up of experts, this excellent panel discussion frames some of the key issues around Science Advice and COVID-19 – Trust, transparency, transdisciplinarity, and the lessons we are learning so far?
Centres of government (CoGs) have played an important role in tackling the crisis caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This paper discusses the high-level institutional arrangements put in place by governments to manage policy responses to the pandemic, with a special focus on CoG’s leading or supporting role in three main dimensions: co-ordination and strategic planning, the use of evidence to inform decision-making, and communicating decisions to the public… Read More