The Controversy Over Vaccination Passports

BY: Minda Dentler – To the Editor: I am a polio survivor, and my legs are paralyzed because I did not have access to the polio vaccine when I was an infant in India in the late 1970s. As an immunization advocate, I am hopeful that an approach like encouraging the use of vaccine passports …

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Aspen Institute’s Prolific New Voices Senior Fellows

Here’s the list of their writing in 2020 Many of our Senior Fellows (alumni) continue to publish articles well after their fellowship year. Here are their 322 pieces from 2020! 2013 Fellowship Cohort 1. Kennedy Odede wrote for Daily Nation, “Chance to avert disaster in urban slums.” 2. Kennedy Odede wrote for the Guardian, “’We’re …

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New Voices COVID-19 Coverage

Updated 11/09 As the coronavirus crisis wreaks havoc around the globe, New Voices fellows are providing important insights on how the pandemic is hitting Africa, Asia and Latin America as well as important policy suggestions on how governments and health authorities should respond. To date, 57 New Voices Fellows have given over 175 interviews and …

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This Doctor’s App Is Helping Libya Triage Its Coronavirus Patients

BY Andrew Wight Libyan doctor-turned-tech-CEO Mohamed Aburawi helped develop a telehealth platform so doctors who had left their countries could treat patients back home– now it’s being used to help triage cases in Libya’s fight against COVID-19. Aburawi grew up in Libya, studied medicine and did a surgical internship in Egypt before securing in 2015 …

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