COVID-19 has further exposed how the global response to health crises is failing us again and again. Driven by pharma monopolies and their pursuit of endless profits, it favours the lives of the most privileged.
We demand a complete system change.
No more survival of the richest.
We're taking this message to the streets of New York as world leaders meet for the UN General Assembly.
Will you help us take it to windows, streets and buildings in every corner of the world?
Step 1: Upload your photo
Upload a picture of a billboard / wall in your area. We’ll project the message onto your image, which you can then tweet out demanding that we #EndPharmaMonopolies
Only upload images that you have taken and own the copyright to.
Step 2: Position your photo
Next drag the picture frame to crop your photo to a square... once you're happy, click the 'next' button
Step 3: Add the poster
Drag the corners of the poster to place it on top of your image... once you're happy, click the 'next' button
Step 4: Save and share
Click the 'save' button to save your image, ready to share.
By saving this image, I confirm that I own the copyright to the image I uploaded.
Once you have saved this image to your computer, phone or tablet, spread your demand online and ask that world leaders #EndPharmaMonopolies.
Don’t forget to upload your image when you post.
Stuck for the words? Copy this:
World leaders meeting at #UNGA - will the next pandemic also be a case of survival of the richest - or will you #EndPharmaMonopolies
Join in at richest.peoplesvaccine.org
About the campaign
The global response to pandemics is riddled with inequalities – with monstruous pharma profits prioritised over human lives.
It doesn‘t have to be this way, and we’re fighting for change. Learn more about our campaign to demand that world leaders #EndPharmaMonopolies
The People’s Vaccine Alliance is a global movement of organisations, world leaders and activists united under a common aim of campaigning for a ‘people’s vaccine’ for COVID-19 that is based on shared knowledge and is freely available to everyone everywhere.
We collaborate with and amplify the work of over 100 organisations and have the support of over 14 million activists worldwide. Our work includes a push for equitable access to diagnostics and treatments, holding world leaders and the pharmaceutical industry to account and encouraging the sharing of lifesaving technology.
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