The Recovery Summit Report: How to Build Back Better

The Recovery Summit brought together over 5000 people from around the world, to discuss big ideas and bold actions for a coordinated, progressive global recovery effort.

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Inclusive Societies

Strengthen our social fabric by addressing systemic inequalities and building a society that sustains and includes everyone.

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Sustainability

Create a truly sustainable recovery by embracing the unique opportunity of the green economy and combating climate change.

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Global Public Health

Better invest and innovate healthcare infrastructure, research and education to increase preparedness for future public health crises and save lives.

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Democracy & Institutions

Protect democracy and civil liberties by promoting multilateral cooperation, safeguarding democratic norms and practices, and leading a large scale insurgency against populism.

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Shared Prosperity

Enable strong, stable, and broad-based economic growth and development by dismantling barriers for low-income and marginalized communities so everyone can succeed.

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The road to recovery begins now.

Billions, if not trillions,will be spent, institutional roles will be re-examined, and global relationships will be put to the test.

The combined impact of the pandemic and global economic recession means that informed and coordinated action matters more than ever. That is why Canada 2020 and its partners have launched The Recovery Project, an international coalition of think-tanks, research institutes, and organizations designed to start the conversation about recovery – even if that recovery seems a long way off.

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