POLICY ENGAGEMENT/BRIEFS & RESOURCES

Policy Briefs

Policy brief – October 2020

A policy brief on Transversal G20 Response to COVID-19:  Global Governance for Economic, Social, Health, and Environmental Resilience, by Dr Srikanth Kondreddy and colleagues of the T20 Task Force on COVID-19: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Complex Problems.

Policy brief – October 2020

Dr Srikanth Kondreddy, and colleagues of the T20 Task Force on COVID-19: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Complex Problems, also collaborated on a second policy brief on Reaffirming the Significance of Global Public Goods for Health: Global Solidarity in response to COVID-19 and Future Shocks.

Memoranda

Letter – June 2020

Letter to the Advisory Group for the Independent Panel on Evidence for Action Against Antimicrobial Resistance.

Independent panel – June 2020

Independent Panel on Evidence for Action Against Antimicrobial Resistance

Resources

Glossaries – May 2021

A short directory of multidisciplinary glossaries in English and French.

Tripartite guide – 2019

A Tripartite Guide to Addressing
Zoonotic Diseases in Countries of FAO, OIE, and WHO.

In English

In French

Policy brief – November 2020

Preparing policy briefs: A quick step-by-step guide

Muriel Mac-Seing

Global One Health Network

Note de politique – June 2017

Note de politique (Policy Brief) – Guide de préparation

Équipe RENARD

Policy brief – June 2019

Producing a Policy Brief: Why and How?

Florence Morestin

National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy

Policy brief – June 2019

The Policy Brief: A Tool for Knowledge Transfer

Institut National de Santé Public du Québec & National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy

Policy brief – 2014

Preparing policy briefs

FAO

Presentation – October 2020

We need you: An OIE communication campaign to change behaviours

Dr. Maria Eugenia Chimenti, OIE Regional Representation for the Americas

Engagement and others

Review – February 2021

The Canadian Public Heath Association released a review of Canada’s initial response to the COVID-19 pandemic, in both English and French.

 

Joint Statement – September 2020

Joint CCGHR-CSIH Statement and Call to Action: Defeating COVID-19 Calls for Global Solidarity, not a vaccine Power Play.

Many of our G1HN members signed this Joint CCGHR-CSIH Statement and Call to Action for equitable access to COVID-19 vaccine. Among the lead collaborators in the elaboration of this Statement are Dr. Ronald Labonté and Dr. Christina Zarowsky.

Open letter – October 2020

On behalf of the Global One Health Network Executive Committee, Dr. Ronald Labonté and Dr. Hélène Carabin sent a Statement of Support to the Mi’kmaq fishers of Sipekne’katik First Nation, calling on the federal government to intervene, recognise the traditional fishery affirmed by Canada’s Supreme Court, and to stop the violence of commercial fishermen. This letter was sent to the Chief and Council of the Sipekne’katik First Nation, the Prime Minister, Premier Stephen McNeil, Federal Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations Carolyn Bennett, Federal Minister of Fisheries Bernadette Jordan, Nova Scotia Minister of Fisheries Keith Colwell, Minister of Public Safety Bill Blair, Federal Minister of Justice David Lametti and Nova Scotia Minister of Justice Mark Furey

 

Joint Statement – September 2020

Joint CCGHR-CSIH Statement and Call to Action: Defeating COVID-19 Calls for Global Solidarity, not a vaccine Power Play.

Many of our G1HN members signed this Joint CCGHR-CSIH Statement and Call to Action for equitable access to COVID-19 vaccine. Among the lead collaborators in the elaboration of this Statement are Dr. Ronald Labonté and Dr. Christina Zarowsky.

Response – June 2020

Coalition canadienne pour la recherche en santé mondiale (CCRSM) – Canadian Coalition for Global Health Research (CCGHR) & Societé canadienne de santé internationale (SCSI) – Canadian Society for International Health (CSIH) 

Proposition par l’OMS d’un Cadre mondial d’allocation des produits COVID-19 : la solidarité mondiale nécessite de s’attaquer aux facteurs structurels des inégalités

The WHO proposal for a Global Allocation Framework for COVID-19 products: Global solidarity requires addressing the structural drivers of inequities