Get involved

Join the ISC in supporting the shift in thinking that is required to achieve a more comprehensive ‘worldview’ of pandemics and similar emergencies.

To achieve a more comprehensive ‘worldview’ of pandemics and similar emergencies, get involved with the ISC to support:

🟡 Increased global cooperation

🟡 A more equitable economic distribution

🟡 A reframing of risk assessment

🟡 A prioritization by governments to build and maintain trust

🟡 Tackling disinformation and strengthening pluralistic science advice systems

🟡 Increased investments in research and development for the public good

🟡 Increased policy learnings at all levels


Participate in our future events:

– EuroScience Open Forum 2022, Friday 15 July, 15:45 CEST | 13:45 UTC

Rolling the dice or planning ahead with confidence? New COVID-19 Report maps out our most realistic, pessimistic, and optimistic scenarios.

The ISC will present the report at the EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) online. For more information and to register, see here.

– More coming soon…


Engage on social media:

Follow us, share our promotional images, and engage with #COVID19Scenarios


Want to help spread the word?

Translate the Executive Summary of our report in your local language:

Unprecedented & Unfinished: COVID-19 and Implications for National and Global Policy

Executive Summary

If you’d like to help us spread the word by translating the Executive Summary in your local language, please direct your queries and/or send the translations to James Waddell.

Use the Creative Commons version of the report Unprecedented & Unfinished: COVID-19 and Implications for National and Global Policy, which can be reproduced and printed locally, to share on your website, with your network, etc. Please contact James Waddell for the Creative Commons version of the report.


Contact

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James Waddell

Junior Communications Officer
james.waddell@council.science


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