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WHO: Ensure accountability in Francesco Zambon’s case, support future whistleblowers

Open letter calls on the World Health Organization to reform its whistleblowing policy following reports of retaliation against scientist

Following the apparent failure to protect Francesco Zambon from retaliation for speaking out, the World Health Organization (WHO) should reform its whistleblowing mechanisms, says the open letter…

Time to suspend intellectual property protections on COVID-19 vaccines

Issued by Transparency International’s Working Group on COVID-19 Vaccines

The COVID-19 health crisis has already cost humanity countless lives. It has dramatically increased corruption in public procurement and access to healthcare and jeopardised the rule of law and civil…

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