INGSA/Koi Tū EXCLUSIVE The COVID-19 pandemic has opened a window of opportunity in transnational cooperation and science diplomacy in the Ibero-American region.
INGSA/Koi Tū EXCLUSIVE A group of science advisors is gathered in a room for a briefing about a new viral infectious disease spreading rapidly across borders. This is not a snapshot of the COVID-19 pandemic – it’s a fictional role-play simulation I helped facilitate in 2017
Science diplomacy can foster collaborations within and among the scientific community, emergency response managers, governments, and the private sector to better manage global health crises.
We live in unprecedented times. The COVID-19 crisis is hitting our societies, economies, and ways of life on a scope and scale never seen before. Major crises place profound stresses on the ability of our society to respond quickly and effectively to safeguard lives, health, and social wellbeing.… Read More