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New Supplemental Report to the Roadmap to Pandemic Resilience

May 12, 2020

Pandemic Resilience: Getting it Done
A New Supplemental Report offers Localized Guidance for Safe  
Economic Re-opening in the Wake of COVID-19 Closures

Bipartisan authors of the “Roadmap to Pandemic Resilience” offer concrete, localized recommendations for testing, tracing and supported isolation, based on differing levels of disease prevalence, so that communities across the US can re-open and stay...

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Announcing our Fellows for 2020-21!

April 22, 2020

In the midst of these difficult times, the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics is grateful to be able to announce our new cohorts of Fellows-in-Residence, Graduate Fellows, and Ethics Pedagogy Fellows for 2020-21. They are an exciting and diverse group and we are delighted to have them join our community.

Fellows-in-Residence

Sigal Ben-Porath earned her doctorate in political philosophy from Tel-Aviv University in 2000, after which she received two presidential fellowships and joined Princeton University's Center for Human...

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Nation’s First Bipartisan Operational Roadmap for Mobilizing and Reopening the Economy

April 20, 2020

New Report from Bipartisan Experts in Economics, Public Health, Technology and Ethics Lays Out Operational Roadmap for Mobilizing and Reopening the U.S. Economy

Report recommends a massive scale-up in testing,
contact tracing and supported isolation (TTSI)

(APRIL 20, 2020) -- Today, a bipartisan group of experts in economics, public health, technology and ethics from across the country released the nation’s first comprehensive...

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Jamie Martin on Historical Analogies for Confronting the Coronavirus Crisis

April 16, 2020

Former Visiting Fellow, Jamie Martin, has an op-ed in the New York Times about how we should think through an internationalist approach to the coronavirus crisis and what historical analogies are useful for dealing with global shortages at a moment of rising international tensions. 

You can read his op-ed, "...

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