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Global Health Summit: Consultation with civil society on sustainable health security preparedness and response

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The consultation took place in 3 consecutive sessions, and civil society organisations were invited to examine the following 3 questions that guided each of the sessions.

Q1.  What is required at global, regional and national levels to ensure effective multilateral, multi-sectoral co-operation to prevent, prepare for and respond to global health crises?

Q2.  What is needed to sustainably secure countries’ public health capacities and health systems’ preparedness and resilience in the face of future global health crises?

Q3.  How can the necessary resources, both domestic and global, be mobilised to address the challenges of sustainable health security preparedness and response at global, regional and country levels?

The discussion was introduced by the European Commission and Italian G20 Presidency, and initiated by commentary from the Global Health Summit scientific expert panel, and civil society organisations.

The European Commission and the Italian G20 Presidency will draft a report outlining the findings of the consultation, which will inform the development of principles.

19 APRIL 2021
Civil society consultation agenda
6 MAY 2021
Civil Society Organisations Consultation participating organisations
6 MAY 2021
Global Health Summit Outcome Document


Consultation livestream

The online consultation took place on 20 April 2021