Engaging America’s Global Leadership (EAGL) encourages strong U.S. leadership in the United Nations and other international organizations. In particular, we champion transparent policymaking processes that rely on evidence-based solutions and involve all stakeholders, including the private sector.


Looking for the latest in all things EAGL? Navigate through the menu above or check out our recent tweets and news below

EAGL Tweets

As countries begin negotiating a #pandemic instrument, they must focus on pragmatic steps to fight future pandemics around the world, including WHO #reform to ensure the organization is effective, focused AND credible.

#Pfizer has already started working on a version of its #Covid19 vaccine specifically targeting the #Omicron variant in case the current inoculation is not effective against the new strain, the US drugmaker's CEO Albert Bourla said.

Last week's #omicron news and this week's #WHO meetings on pandemic preparedness/response/reform underscore the need to expand U.S. global #COVID19 leadership/engagement and strengthen #innovation capacity to respond quickly to new variants & pandemics.

Privileged to address #WHASpecial today with my co-chair Amb Grata, on the consensus report of #WGPR calling for work to begin urgently to strengthen @WHO⁩ and global health architecture for pandemic preparedness and response and to do so equitably. ⁦@IndonesiaGeneva⁩

@cancereu @EP_BeatCancer @EP_Environment @MAC_MEPs @EU_Health @wellbeingEU @eupatientsforum @eaHealthEU @PeterHorby @Oxford_NDPH @UniofOxford @OUPAcademic @gavi @VaccinesEurope @EFPIA @CEPIvaccines While innovation is helping the world get back to normal, public-private partnership is key for more resilient and sustainable healthcare systems.

- @RrsRick, @AstraZenecaES
#EU40Talks #BuildingResilience

Load More...