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Improving Responses to Global Shocks – Recommendations for the “Our Common Agenda” process

Cornelia Ulbert | Michèle Roth
December 2021


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The Covid-19 pandemic is the most universal acute emergency to date, spreading around the globe in a very short time. It shows that neither the global community nor most states and societies are prepared to respond rapidly and effectively to such crisis situations, although the pandemic was not entirely unexpected. In the Global Governance Spotlight 4|2021, Cornelia Ulbert and Michèle Roth seek answers to the question of how the global community could prepare itself better and respond appropriately in the event of an unexpected disaster. Their answers are based on the results of the International sef: Expert Workshop 2021.

On this topic:

International sef: Expert Workshop 2021
Global Shocks: Considering long-term prevention in short-term responses
21 September - 7 October 2021, Online Workshop series

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