Pandemics, climate change and political turmoil are reshaping our world and changing the way we need to think about international relationships, global solidarity and the health and wellbeing of populations. The rich and powerful countries of the world can learn a great deal about health from people in low-income countries – and the elite in any country can learn from people in its poorest communities.
This goes far beyond health and is about understanding that communities are essential to making sustainable progress. People – rather than governments and international organizations – can create the future.
This event will look not only at global health but beyond to understand how communities shape the response to global health challenges:
How can communities work together to improve health globally?
Can a new approach to global health help prevent future pandemics?
How do major global events such as climate change and conflict affect global health?
How can communities harness technologies to address global health challenges?
As with all Chatham House member events, questions from members drive the conversation.