To provide a forum for parliamentarians and stakeholders to consider the needs of vulnerable groups to pandemics and to provide an effective voice in parliament; to raise awareness of specific vulnerable patients; to encourage actions to promote a greater priority for prevention, treatment and support for those groups; to inform better policy decisions and public debate related to the needs of vulnerable groups.
1. Vulnerable Groups to Pandemics
24/09/2020 - APPGs
Found: stakeholders to consider the needs of vulnerable groups to pandemics and to provide an effective voice in
2. Violence Against Women and Girls: supporting security and justice (S&J) responses to COVID-19
03/06/2020 - Department for International Development
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affected states (FCAS) are
VAWG increases mortality of women and girls
3. REAL training: introduction and all transport modes modules
04/12/2020 - Department for Transport
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agendas for staff groups
Board and Operational
4. Urgent steps must be taken to prepare fully to avoid future pandemic lockdowns
10/03/2021 - Petitions
Found: training and b. preventative & palliative care for pandemics
2. Vaccine production capacity for future variations
5. Pause the System: UK take necessary action on COVID-19
15/03/2020 - Petitions
2) Support Everyone: Take care of the most vulnerable and provide universal basic income.
1. Covid-19: Public Health Information
08/12/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: certainly recognise the priority attached to the groups for whom the noble Baroness so rightly and strongly - Speech Link
2: to learn for the future how to better contain pandemics. Why, however, does the noble Baroness, Lady Lawrence - Speech Link
3: Data: Understanding the Impact of COVID-19 on BAME Groups, published by Public Health England in June this - Speech Link
2. Global Human Security
13/04/2021 - Westminster Hall
1: intelligence, cyberwar and organised crime to pandemics and the climate emergency, threats to our security - Speech Link
2: own societies.Then we have the issue of pandemics. We do not know what lies in the future, even - Speech Link
3: with the gravity of extreme risks such as global pandemics—I wonder whether that is something we might need - Speech Link
3. Build Back Better Business Council
25/02/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: the context of the G7, so that other existing pandemics will be beaten, as well as the Covid pandemic - Speech Link
2: from coronavirus and resilience against future pandemics is one of the UK’s priorities for the G7. Covid - Speech Link
3: development is to focus on the poorest and most vulnerable? All other strategic considerations, however - Speech Link
4. Covid-19: Wuhan Institute of Virology
30/06/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: spread is absolutely crucial to preventing future pandemics. The much-delayed WHO-convened Covid origin study - Speech Link
2: completely out of the blue. That leaves us in a vulnerable state when we are preparing for the next pandemic - Speech Link
3: and pathogen sequencing to respond to future pandemics and epidemics. I was pleased to see the progress - Speech Link
5. Schools: Exams
06/01/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: schools. For example, children and young people in vulnerable circumstances, and young people without access - Speech Link
2: where one parent is a critical worker, and for vulnerable children, because they are best off in school - Speech Link
3: them that if they already have students who are vulnerable or the children of critical care workers, they - Speech Link
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