As part of the Humanity Hub’s first seasonal programming theme, focusing on the COVID response, we will share insights by members of the Humanity Hub community and the Hague Peace & Justice ecosystem. This week, we are spotlighting War Child and how they are taking a stand against pharmaceutical firms and governments that are blocking children’s equitable and free access to the COVID-19 vaccine.


Since COVID-19 was declared a pandemic a year ago, we’ve seen its catastrophic impact on billions of children’s lives – including their mental health.

Find out how War Child is taking a stand against pharmaceutical firms and governments that are blocking children’s equitable and free access to the COVID-19 vaccine.

> A global assault on the right to health

> The role of Big Pharma and government

> Why urgent action is needed

> Less adult support leads to more deprivation

> Loss of a protective environment


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