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Building Back a Better World – the Crisis and Opportunity of Covid-19

IDS Bulletin 52.1

The current global pandemic of Covid-19 is a health crisis of massive proportions that has also accelerated a series of other crises, threatening livelihoods, economies, and societies. Many of the responses and reactions to the pandemic are exposing, and potentially deepening, foundational...

29 March 2021


Taking a Disability-Inclusive Approach to Pandemic Responses

IDS Policy Briefing 175

The Covid-19 pandemic has affected communities globally, yet the impact has not been equal. People with disabilities were already often living with severe disadvantage and marginalisation and, as predicted by many disability-focused agencies, Covid-19 has exacerbated these inequalities.

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Mary Wickenden & 3 others

25 March 2021


Key Considerations: Indigenous Peoples in COVID-19 Response and Recovery

Indigenous peoples have experienced heightened vulnerability during the COVID-19 pandemic and face disproportionately high COVID-19 mortality. To better address these vulnerabilities, it is critical to adapt COVID-19 programmes to the particular needs of indigenous peoples, as articulated by...

25 March 2021


SSHAP Roundtable: 2021 Ebola Outbreak in Guinea

SSHAP convened a virtual roundtable of expert advisors on Friday 12 March 2021 to discuss the outbreak of Ebola in Guinea declared on 14 February 2021. At the time of writing (19 March 2021), there have been 18 cases (14 confirmed, 4 probable), 9 deaths (including 5 in the community; CFR 50%)...

23 March 2021