Exclusive Breakfast with the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union, 31 May 2022, Paris
The G20 Health and Development Partnership collaborated with the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union to bring together partners and stakeholders to discuss the future of digital health in Europe via an exclusive breakfast.
The event was hosted by Sandro Gozi, Member of the European Parliament and Global Ambassador of the G20 Health and Development Partnership.
In a breakfast titled “Beyond COVID-19: Transforming the approach to digital healthcare in Europe through multisectoral collaboration”, invited breakfast guests had the opportunity to discuss the priorities of the French Presidency of the EU Council ahead of the e-Health network on the 1-2 June, where the implementation of the French priorities will take place. The event took place in collaboration with the French Ministry of Health and Solidarity in support of their Presidency agenda.
Roundtable in the German Bundestag
26 April 2022
G7 Presidency, Germany – The Future of the Global Health and Financing Architecture to Achieve the United Nations 2030 targets
The event was hosted by Prof. Dr. Andrew Ullmann MdB, Chair of the Sub-Committee on Global Health and FDP spokesperson on the Committee on Health; and Dr. Karamba Diaby MdB, Substitute Member of the Sub-Committee on Global Health. The dinner organised by The G20 Health and Development Partnership brought together representatives from the wider global health community (public, private, academia and civil society), G20 Embassies, Parliamentarians and Ministry representatives in Germany.
The discussions built on the G7 Presidency priorities of Germany and focus on the lessons learnt from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Roundtable on the financing of a new pandemic preparedness fund in collaboration with the WHO Council on the Economics of Health For All, Washington DC, April 19, 2022
The G20 Health and Development Partnership convened a roundtable on the financing of a new pandemic preparedness fund in collaboration with the WHO Council on the Economics of Health For All on the eve of the G20 Finance Ministers meeting.
To support the discussions on how to achieve the goals set down in the G20 Leaders communique in Rome, the G20 Health and Development Partnership, an officially recognised engagement group of the Italian G20 Presidency, together with leaders in the global health community, held a high-level roundtable to examine a concrete framework required to a governance and secretariat structure of the JHFTF in support of the April IMF/World Bank Spring Meetings.
Delivering on the commitment of enhanced international coordination and robust sustainable finance structure will help to prevent and better manage the next global pandemic.
You can access the joint statement here.
A multi-sector approach to accelerating the digital health transformation
Online: 1 February 2022, 2-5pm CET
Ahead of the EU Health Ministerial Summit on 2nd February, The G20 Health and Development Partnership in collaboration with one of its partners Dedalus and endorsed by The French EU Council Presidency, organised a virtual event “Beyond COVID-19: a multi-sector approach to accelerating the digital health transformation”.
The virtual summit was the first in the series that will bring together European Health Ministers, policymakers, Members of the European Parliament, Global Health NGOs, European businesses in the digital health and health systems space.
This event is in support of Europe’s Digital Decade 2030 goals and the French Presidency of the European Council’s priorities on digital transformation. It is an official event in collaboration with the French Presidency of the European Council.
Creating our digital future by building on the past – read the Politico report on the event here
See more on the Beyond Covid-19 event here
World Heath Summit Berlin, October 2021
On the side-lines of the World Health Summit in Berlin, the G20 Health and Development Partnership convened a dinner with partners to reflect on the work of 2021 and the Italian G20 Presidency, whilst looking ahead towards the German G7 Presidency and Indonesia G20 Presidency in 2022. Partners looked ahead towards the upcoming Joint Health and Finance Ministers meeting, looking at what a successful outcome would be, as well as offering policy suggestions for 2022 for tackling COVID-19 and other pressing health challenges.
H20 Annual Summit, September 1-2, 2021, online
The G20 Health and Development Partnership hosts a H20 Summit annually in collaboration with the incumbent G20 Presidency, having first launched in 2018.
The 2021 H20 Summit was held online on 1-2 September with the support of the Italian G20 Presidency. 62 speakers from 51 organisations spoke across the two days, with 10 keynote speeches being delivered and 7 panels involving discussions on health financing, antimicrobial resistance, pandemic preparedness and digital health.
Over 1,000 people joined across the 2 days.
Visit the H20 Annual Summit site and access our recommendations h20annualsummit.com
The Overlooked Pandemic, Online Panel Discussion 18 March, 2021
The G20HDP held an Online Panel Discussion for the launch of the International Patient Safety Report: ‘The Overlooked Pandemic – How to Transform Patient Safety and Save Healthcare Systems’
COVID-19 has posed unprecedented challenges yet, with one in 10 patients still harmed whilst receiving clinical care in hospital, there has never been a more important time to ask how clinical leaders, healthcare systems, national governments and the international community must act to deliver effective solutions to the overlooked pandemic of patient safety.
“There is no doubt that improving patient safety must be a priority for health systems”
Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director General, World Health Organisation.