Global Health Council hosted its annual Summit on November 19-20. In perfect 2020 form, the convening was held virtually with attendees logging in from locations across the globe, from Lagos to Dhaka to Washington, DC.
It was an opportunity not only to hear from prominent global health leaders, but also to have long-awaited conversations with one another. The timely agenda covered inequality and systemic racism, the lessons we are learning from COVID-19, support for the World Health Organization (WHO), and what the recent U.S. election means for global health.
Though more details will be shared in the coming weeks, we wanted to provide a quick snapshot of recurring themes from the conversation. Click here for more.