The French Red Cross has announced its support and signed Professor Yunus’s appeal to make COVID-19 vaccines a global common good. COVID-19 vaccines must be patent-free and accessible to everyone, everywhere.
The French Red Cross has announced its support and signed Professor Yunus’s appeal to make COVID-19 vaccines a global common good. COVID-19 vaccines must be patent-free and accessible to everyone, everywhere.admin18/10/2020
Social Business Day – Forum of francophone countries: “Engaging for a Three Zero World post-Covid” on June 30th Professor M. Yunus claims “No Going Back” to the pre-COVID world. Let us build a 3zeros World (with Zero wealth concentration for ending Poverty, Zero Unemployment and Zero Net Carbon emission). In the framework of the Social Business Day, the Centre Yunus Paris invites all committed actors of social business to share their vision and concrete initiatives during the Forum of francophone countries for a Three Zero World June 30, from 9:00 to 12:00 (CEST)admin20/06/2021
Three Round-Tables will take place in the Forum: 1. “To build a 3 Zeros world, young...
“These extraordinary times and circumstances of call for extraordinary measures.” US are aligned with the Appeal launched by Prof. Yunus and support the temporary waiver of Intellectual Property protections on COVID-19 vaccines to end the pandemic and reduce the gap between rich and poor countries.admin11/05/2021
Katherine Tai, the new US Trade Representative, announced that the US Administration will support the...
“What if Social Business was the solution?”. Professor Muhammad Yunus and Jean-Christophe Combe, Executive Director of the French Red Cross, are converging in their analysis of the on-going crisis and their vision how to make a better world post-COVID-19, a 3zeros World (with Zero Poverty, Zero Wealth Concentration and Zero Net Carbon emission). French Red Cross and Professor Yunus teams are developing their partnership aimed to produce a positive social impact and give to all access to quality healthcare services.admin11/03/2021