Covid-19 Vaccine Diplomacy and Equity

Are We Doing Enough?

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Philippines Office is officially opening the registration to our upcoming webinar, "Covid-19 Vaccine Diplomacy and Equity: Are We Doing Enough?" This webinar will be on Friday, June 25, 2021, from 9:00 AM to 10:55 AM Manila time.


As correctly predicted by many experts in 2020, as more "effective" Covid-19 vaccines become available for use, vaccine nationalism continues to rise. The world’s wealthiest nations pre-ordered Covid-19 vaccines in the billions of doses; many of them enough to inoculate their population many times over. As wealthy countries hedged their bets and stockpiled on the probable "best" vaccines for their population, they have also left poorer countries scrambling for available vaccines as more and more of their population get sick or die because of Covid-19.

Currently, with more developed countries having secured the more "effective" Covid-19 vaccines for themselves and vaccinated a substantial number of their population, they are now sharing their remaining vaccines with the rest of the world.

This webinar aims to shed light on how countries--particularly wealthy countries--should soon shift to vaccine diplomacy and vaccine equity. But are we too late? Are we doing enough?

To join us for this free webinar, you can register here: or scan the QR code.

Presentations can be viewed here:

Christy Feig - Can the World Soon Move From Vaccine Nationalism to Vaccine Equity

Lisa Cornish - What the Data Tells Us About Vaccine Diplomacy

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