A Threat to Stability | Helen Clark | The Novel Outbreak

Apr 20 , 2020 | COVID-19

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Helen Clark was Prime Minister of New Zealand and Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme. Today, she is a pivotal leader who is exercising her statesmanship against COVID-19, the greatest threat to space and security. In her communications with the UN Security Council and G20 leaders, she has made a clarion call for a global coordinated action to include urgent funding, debt relief, and a reset mindset that will allow countries to go hard and forward together. Our host James Chau speaks with Helen Clark in this special interview from her home in Auckland.


Part1: A Threat to Stability

Part2: Convening Platforms

Part3: Trading Stigma for Solidarity

Part4: Meeting the Needs of Now 


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