Human Rights

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Writing a More Inclusive Playbook: How COVID-19 Is Impacting LGBTQ+ Communities Around the World

Policymakers should heed lessons learned in 2020 to craft a more inclusive and effective pandemic response

Human Rights and the COVID-19 Pandemic

Governments have an obligation to guarantee the continued protection of the public's rights during and after a pandemic

Governance

On the Framework Convention on Global Health

The convention offers a human rights-based legal foundation for global health security—which is exactly what we need now

Food

The Voices of the Navajos

After COVID-19, who will hear the Navajo Nation and address education, water infrastructure, and food insecurity issues?

Poverty

Bridging the Data Divide in COVID-19

Collaborative health data networks and open access would give boundless opportunities to advance disease surveillance

Urbanization

Religion and COVID-19—Keeping Faith in the Battle Against Coronavirus

Faith leaders and their organizations can and should serve as crucial allies in the fight against COVID-19—and many are

Environment

Coronavirus in the Navajo Nation—From Charity to Solidarity

Why we need to re-center the narrative around working with indigenous peoples in the Navajo Nation and other communities

Gender

World Health Assembly and Gender: Three Steps Forward, Many More to Go

Yesterday’s resolution moves towards equity, but misses three key marks—fair pay, better data, and smarter funding

Governance

The WHO We Need for the Next Pandemic

The World Health Organization should be more independent, collaborate with NGOs, and increase emphasis on human rights

Urbanization

Bridging the Digital Divide in COVID-19

Global pandemic should catalyze long-term solutions to increase internet access inside more homes for social resilience