14 June 2021: Business? As usual? Looking into the political economy of digital health and international cooperation

15 June 2021: Promote civic space at the WHO and other UN bodies and agencies …and defend democratic multilateralism

16 June 2021: Health systems torn between health security and universal access priorities – implications for international cooperation?


17 June 2021: Health and climate justice – transformative cooperation and healthcare practice

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MMI Policy Dialogues 2021

In these challenging, extraordinary times of Covid-19, it is time to review the current instruments that guide international health cooperation and global health policies. What “transformative” quality is needed to allow actors engaged in these fields to make a difference, to shape a better future, to take up lessons all of us have learnt with a lot of pain, over the last months?

In a series of policy dialogues that was scheduled after this year’s World Health Assembly and in the week of the annual assembly of the Medicus Mundi International Network (MMI), we featured, together with invited co-hosts and partners, four policy fields in which MMI is particularly engaged, to explore and promote transformative policies.

Members and partners of the MMI Network, civil society colleagues and all engaged in international health cooperation and global health policies and governance joined us and contributed actively to these dialogues. Thanks to everybody!

We plan to continue the series of MMI policy dialogues in 2022 and will promote next sessions through the same communication channels as the June 2021 series.


Thomas Schwarz
MMI Executive Secretary