Series of convenings on themes covered by the Commission’s work with the purposes of discussing relevant insights from the business and policymaking communities.
Recommendations made to the Commission at six different consultations with leading thinkers and experts, including youth actors.
Representatives from the Commission engaged with attendees at international events to start conversations around themes of relevance.
The Commission’s Secretariat traces the pathways towards digital transformation of the youngest Sub-Saharan African countries’ health systems by reviewing their digital health strategies and implementation.
In collaboration with UNICEF’s U-Report, the Commission explores how young people currently use digital technologies for health, their perceived benefits and risks of digital technologies, how they think governments and tech companies can better govern digital health, and what they imagine digital health will look like in 2030?
Prof. Third et al discuss how decision-makers can assert the importance of children’s rights in digital health governance and build a robust digital health ecosystem that is responsive to children’s rights.
The Commission has created six digital childhood profiles to illustrate the diversity of young people’s lived experiences of growing up in a digital world.
This database contains examples of governance actions and proposals by governments, international organisations, non-governmental organisations, the private sector, and other key actors. It is organised based on themes relevant to the Commission’s Report.
Investing in the SDGs to address the social, commercial and environmental determinants of health; bridging the digital and health divide; ensuring health and digital rights; enfranchising and including every citizen; involvement of citizens and communities.
Digital cooperation, digital taxes and digital governance; regulating powerful players and adopting mission-oriented innovation policies.
Defining health data and principles for its use; building data institutions for data solidarity in health.
Various members of the Secretariat published additional work calling attention to themes such as the digital transformation in adolescent wellbeing and youth agency in digital health governance.