The Proposed WHO Instruments for Pandemics and Health Emergencies: A Critical Review

David Bell

The World Health Organization (WHO) is currently developing two international legal instruments intended to increase its authority in managing health emergencies, including pandemics:

    1. Amendments to the 2005 International Health Regulations (IHR), and
    2. A pandemic treaty, termed ‘CA+’ by WHO. 

    The draft IHR amendments would lay out new powers for WHO during health emergencies, and broaden the context within which they can be used. The draft CA+ (‘treaty’) is intended to support the bureaucracy, financing and governance to underpin the expanded IHR.

    These proposed instruments, as currently drafted, would fundamentally change the relationship between the WHO, its Member States, and naturally their populations, promoting a fascist and neo-colonialist approach to healthcare and governance. The documents need to be viewed together, and in the far wider context of the global/globalist pandemic preparedness agenda.

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