In line with the founding principles of the WHO and orthodox principles of public health, PANDA has decided to publish its submission for the INB hearings in advance, to encourage open debate in ensuring global pandemic preparedness is underpinned by a strong evidence base, which gives full consideration to the COVID-19 response.
Open Society Sessions aim to examine the political, societal and economic dimensions of our recent experience and analyse developments in the future. Dr David Thunder offers a preliminary explanation and assessment of the role of expert knowledge in national and international responses to Covid-19, and attempts to draw some general conclusions relevant to future crises, whether concerning public health, pandemics, climate change, or food and energy shortages.
Dan Astin-Gregory of the Elevate Podcast is joined by Nick Hudson, chairman of PANDA, to address some of the socio-political factors that propelled the mainstream pandemic narrative. In this conversation Nick sows the seeds of hope by sharing his vision for PANDA as an organisation that can reinvigorate academic discourse and bias free research, producing seminal work on what went wrong with the pandemic response.
The proposed Health Act amendments threaten pandemic measures for any respiratory disease. If that is not the world you want to live in, ultimately, you will need to change it by standing up.
by Dr Piers Robinson | As debate over ‘The Science’ has increased, people are questioning whether there was more to COVID-19 in terms of underlying agendas, in particular with respect to global-level actors. Was it incompetence or coordination?
The Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs proposes changing the Disaster Management Act regulations so that they continue to apply after the State of Disaster ends. These are PANDA’s comments.
Accountability of governments, policy makers, regulators and the medical fraternity for failed COVID-19 policy measures and mandates
An in-depth letter, signed by healthcare professionals from around the world, calling for the accountability of those that ignored the warnings that the cost of Covid policy would have far-reaching consequences.
by David Bell | On occasion the majority may need to swallow a risk for a time. Sometimes respecting the freedom of others will seem to cost us, but codifying human rights, and insisting on process, legalism, and law gives wisdom time to overcome fear.
Santé mondiale et politiques de désastre – Qui nous sauvera de l’OMS et de son nouvel ordre mondial?
Imaginez que les politiques de contrôle de toutes les futures épidémies virales – de grippe, par exemple – soient dictées au monde entier par un groupe de bureaucrates de la santé non élus dans un pays ou un continent lointain.
The AMA is calling for license revocation of physicians who express legitimate differences of opinion that contrast with the official narrative coming from the CDC and FDA. This issue is not about vaccination – everyone’s health is affected when healthcare practitioners are silenced. This letter is the response.