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G7 Build Back Better Together

 A blueprint for a better world

With the G7 Summit happening in Cornwall between June 11-13, the School of Global Affairs has launched a collection of essays based on world renowned research exploring how we can Build Back Better Together.

As we are faced by a climate crisis that threatens our planet and a pandemic that has killed nearly 4 million people, academics discuss some of the vital ways in which we can rebuild sustainably. The collection of essays sets out a blueprint for a better world: a manual of the possible, centred on world-leading research and expertise from King's College London and its global partners.

With an aim of galvanising policymakers, the public and researchers on the need for evidence-based action, the series delves into topics ranging from mental and physical healthcare and vaccine equity to democracy and leadership infrastructure, low carbon futures, inclusive innovation and global poverty.

Essays

Dr Ann Kelly & Dr Nele Jensen, King’s College London & Professor Andrew Barry, University College London

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Dr Robyn Klingler-Vidra, King’s College London & Dr Berlin Tran, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City

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Professor Craig Morgan & Dr Hanna Kienzler, Centre for Society and Mental Health, King's College London

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Professor ’Funmi Olonisakin & Linganaden Murday, African Leadership Centre, King’s College London

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Dr Louise Tillin, King's College London & Sandhya Venkateswaran, Lancet Citizens Commission on Reimagining India’s Health System

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The collection of essays sets out a blueprint for a better world: a manual of the possible, centred on world-leading research and expertise from King’s College London and its global partners