For many of us, the COVID-19 pandemic is a global crisis unlike anything we have experienced in our lifetimes. Our economies are in uncharted territory, our institutions are under immense stress, and our global relationships are being put to the test. That is why the future seems so uncertain. It is also why the choices we make now will shape the long road to recovery.
The combined impact of the pandemic and global economic recession means that informed and coordinated action matters more than ever. That is why Canada 2020 and its partners have launched The Recovery Project, an international coalition of think-tanks, research institutes, and organizations designed to start the conversation about recovery - even if that recovery seems a long way off.
Billions - if not trillions - will be spent; institutional roles will be re-examined; and global relationships will be put to the test.
The long tail, and what's next.
The road to recovery should be built on a foundation of evidence, sustained effort and common purpose. That is why we are marshalling our resources to provide insight and analysis for what comes next. Our work will focus on the long tail of economic recovery around the world.
Semi-regular briefings and commentary from The Recovery Project's coalition of experts, advisors and guest-contributors.
We are building a coalition of partners. If you are interested in getting involved and contributing, reach out to our team: firstname.lastname@example.org
Within commercially reasonable efforts, any personal information that you share with The Recovery Project is kept physically and electronically secure, with access limited to staff that require it to perform necessary job functions. Information is used only for the purpose it was collected. The information collected will only be used for The Recovery Project.