The Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property waiver, otherwise known as the TRIPs waiver, would vastly increase access to treatments, vaccines and tests for Covid-19. But attempts to implement the waiver are still being blocked.
It’s going to be a tumultuous year, but we’re hopeful that we can capitalise on the opportunities that it brings – to build a system of international solidarity and equity that is fit for the future with our partners and members across the world.
The UK and others need to wake up to their responsibilities on Covid vaccines. The pandemic will not go away if the majority of the world is blocked from vaccination, and the longer this takes the more deaths will happen.
With only 12% of Covid-19 doses committed to lower-income countries actually being delivered, world leaders need to match words with actions and fulfil their commitments
A review of the types of measures taken by members of the Bond Disability and Development Group to mitigate the impact of Covid-19 on persons with disabilities and their families, either directly or by influencing the actions of third parties.
The Civil Society 7 have criticised the G7 for falling short to deliver health, economic and climate justice for people on the frontline of the global pandemic and climate crisis.
Consortia must be able to adapt to changing circumstances to ensure progress, maintain relevance, and deliver impact.
The UK’s G7 presidency this year provides a critical opportunity to address Covid-19, redress health inequalities, and outline a vision to achieve universal health coverage.
According to our latest survey of Bond members, small and medium NGOs are being hit worse financially by Covid-19, with 26% of NGOs having already made redundancies.