The World Health Summit in Berlin is one of the world’s most important strategic forums for global health and brings together leaders from politics, science, civil society, and the private sector to set the agenda for a healthier future.
The World Health Summit 2021 will take place from October 24-26 in Berlin and online with free digital access to the whole program. More than 300 speakers and 6,000 participants from around 100 countries take part in the World Health Summit, in Berlin and online.
Group members and members of National Young Academies are again organising and contributing to a New Voices in Global Health session about “COVID-19 vaccination rollout: opportunities and challenges” at the hybrid World Health Summit.
Central Topics 2021:
- Vaccine Equity: A Call to Action
- Pandemic Preparedness: Lessons from COVID-19
- The Intersection of COVID-19 and Mental Health
- The Role of the European Union in Global Health
- WHO Council on the Economics of Health for All
- Unlocking Digital and AI Technologies for Health
More on program and topics
How to join the World Health Summit 2021:
Digital participation in the entire program is free and possible without prior registration. The individual Zoom links can be accessed directly in the program: www.conference.worldhealthsummit.org/Program/WHS2021.
On-site participation is possible by invitation only. Due to COVID-19, the number of participants at the venue is limited and hygiene and distancing rules apply. Access to the venue can only be granted with proof of an EU approved vaccination, recovery or a negative test not older than 24h.
Press accreditation for on-site participation: www.worldhealthsummit.org/media/accreditation
End of accreditation: Wednesday, Oct. 20. The entire World Health Summit is open to the press, but due to COVID19, places for journalists on site are limited.
Digital participation is possible without accreditation.
Press information: www.worldhealthsummit.org/media/presskit.html