Editorial, Opinion Pieces Discuss Various Aspects Of COVID-19 Pandemic, Including Vaccine Access, Impact On Poverty, Global Education

CNN: How to decide who gets the Covid-19 vaccine first
Andrew Peterson, assistant professor and Greenwall faculty scholar at the Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy at George Mason University (7/10).

Devex: COVID-19 calls for disrupting the way we communicate in a crisis
Andrew Bredenkamp, board chair of Translators without Borders (7/10).

Financial Times: Pharma can redeem itself through the pandemic
Editorial Board (7/12).

Forbes: As Cases Surge, Progress On Poverty Reverses
Michael Sheldrick, cofounder and chief policy and government relations officer at Global Citizen (7/13).

The Guardian: Covid-19 has revealed a pre-existing pandemic of poverty that benefits the rich
Philip Alston, outgoing U.N. special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights (7/11).

The Hill: Leaving World Health Organization marks major foreign policy blunder
Stephen Long, associate professor at the University of Richmond and advisory board member for United States Global Leadership Coalition (7/12).

International Business Times: The COVID-19 Pandemic Is Just Hitting Developing Countries. Here’s How to Respond
Hussain Jafri, founding director of World Patients Alliance, founder and secretary general of Alzheimer’s Pakistan, and vice chair of an advisory group for the World Health Organization’s Patients for Patient Safety program (PFPS)(7/12).

New York Times: Letter to the editor: It’s Time, Dr. Fauci
William D. Zabel, founding partner of the law firm Schulte Roth & Zabel (7/10).

Project Syndicate: Saving Generation COVID
Abiy Ahmed, prime minister of Ethiopia, and Gordon Brown, United Nations special envoy for global education, chair of the International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunity, and chair of the Advisory Board for the Catalyst Foundation (7/13).

Project Syndicate: No Recovery Without Debt Relief
Mo Ibrahim, chair and founder of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation (7/10).

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