Digital Cooperation in a Fracturing World: The UN’s Roadmap

By Megan Roberts on July 30, 2020

The COVID-19 global pandemic has made digital tools indispensable. We work, learn, socialize, celebrate, and grieve virtually, and it is …

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Solidarity To Stop The Spread: Your Donations At Work

By MJ Altman on July 29, 2020

How do you end a global pandemic? You start by equipping the doctors and nurses who care for the critically …

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American Voices: Helping to Shape the UN for 75 Years

By Rachel Bowen Pittman on July 24, 2020

Americans have always played a crucial role in the UN. In 1945, ahead of the San Francisco Conference where the …

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Inside WHO: The Realities of Managing the Global COVID-19 Pandemic

By Kate Dodson on July 23, 2020

In this fast-moving pandemic, demand for accurate information is insatiable. How does WHO arrive at the best guidance for the …

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Argentina: There is No Economy Without Health

By Sarah Alaoui on July 22, 2020

Latin America is now the center of the COVID-19 pandemic, with no peak in sight. “You can recover from a …

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South African Hospital Thinks Outside the Box to Boost COVID-19 Testing

By Sarah Alaoui on July 17, 2020

In South Africa’s Wesfleur Hospital — a 50-bed public facility in the Western Cape, 25 miles north of Cape Town …

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Why the Voice of Civil Society Matters More Than Ever in the Era of COVID-19

By Thure Krarup on July 16, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic upends societies and economies, most governments around the world have responded swiftly and decisively. Many have …

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