WHO Infectious Hazards Foresight Project

17 October, 2021

WHO is running a series of webinars 'on the collective actions that the global community can take to mitigate the ongoing and anticipated risks of COVID-19 and other infectious threats in the next 3 to 5 years'. I would like to call for HIFA volunteers who would be willing to attend one or more of these webinars and share your observations on HIFA. Contact: neil@hifa.org

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WHO Infectious Hazards Foresight Project

October - December 2021

'WHO and partners have embarked in the journey of imagining the future of infectious threats. WHO is hosting a series of consultations convening world leaders and influencers from a variety of disciplines to discuss the future, look at global trends and build consensus on the collective actions that the global community can take to mitigate the ongoing and anticipated risks of COVID-19 and other infectious threats in the next 3 to 5 years.

'The overall of the objectives of the infectious hazards foresight initiative are to (i) facilitate a global debate around plausible scenarios; (ii) identify threats, opportunities, choices, and innovative solutions to strengthen epidemic and pandemic preparedness; and (iii) shift from a reactive to a proactive approach to address infectious threats.

'EPI-WIN is hosting a series of webinars to collect your feedback on this innovative and exciting initiative. Please join and help us shape tomorrow’s world!'

Full info here:

https://epi-win.cmail19.com/t/ViewEmail/d/4983E4E504E3B8472540EF23F30FED...

Webinar 1: The usefulness of foresight for improved pandemic preparedness

21 October 2021

Webinar 2: The Global trends that are shaping our world (1/2)

26 October 2021 1200-1300CET

Webinar 3: The Global trends that are shaping our world (2/2)

28 October 2021 1200-1300CET

Webinar 4: Four plausible scenarios for the future

2 November 2021 1200-1300CET

Webinar 5: Recommendations for the future

10 December 2021 1200-1300CET

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Neil Pakenham-Walsh, HIFA Coordinator, neil@hifa.org www.hifa.org