Post-Pandemic Recovery: From What, For Whom, and How?
The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security invites you to a webinar on “Post-Pandemic Recovery: From What, For Whom, and How?” to be held on October 4 and October 6, 2022, 12:00-2:30pm ET.
During this online symposium, we will engage a broad community of practitioners in discussions about operationalizing a holistic process of post-pandemic recovery: What systems can local jurisdictions set up and strengthen that sustain the long view on getting through and past the pandemic, reverse the social determinants of uneven impacts, and develop resilience to future public health emergencies?
On Day 1, representatives from diverse sectors will diagnose tangible harms from COVID-19 (urgent and enduring), prescribing remedies that can facilitate a comprehensive post-pandemic recovery. Thought leaders from spiritual, trauma recovery, and restorative justice traditions will identify forms of relief and care that – taken to scale – can alleviate the inner damages people have suffered during the pandemic.
On Day 2, community advocates and practitioners will describe their experiences in planning for post-pandemic recovery in their jurisdictions, sharing lessons learned for peers elsewhere. Local leaders, journalists, and artists will discuss the sense-making element to recovery and how communities can use various forms of public expression to memorialize tragic happenings and restore a sense of community.
A full list of speakers can be found in the agenda. The symposium kicks off a larger project, sponsored by the Open Philanthropy Project, that supports local decision makers in assessing COVID-19 recovery efforts.
Please register here: https://jh.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_737SbRr8Szu9KPIoxrnM_Q