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The World Health Organization and COVID-19: Re-establishing Colonialism in Public Health

The World Health Organization and COVID-19: Re-establishing Colonialism in Public Health

Since 2000, the WHO has become increasingly dependent on private foundations and pharmaceutical companies for funding. As their influence has grown, the balance of power has shifted away from populations. This move has moved them away from a global institution which aims to provide access to good health for all, regardless of socioeconomic status.

Responding to COVID-19: Public Health or Public Harm?

PANDA’s aim is to offer an evidence-based pathway for policy makers and citizens by returning to long-established public health principles that uphold fundamental human rights. This comprehensive document provides the scientific backing to reopening society.

Responding to COVID-19: Public Health or Public Harm?

Responding to COVID-19: Public Health or Public Harm?

PANDA’s aim is to offer an evidence-based pathway for policy makers and citizens by returning to long-established public health principles that uphold fundamental human rights. This comprehensive document provides the scientific backing to reopening society.

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