CAPRI collaborates with leading international policy institutions and global initiatives to advance its research and engagement.
Reform for Resilience Commission is a global initiative that provides policy recommendations to strengthen resilience in societies confronting the COVID-19 pandemic. Now based at Harvard University, the Commission consists of the Americas Hub at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Asia-Pacific Hub at CAPRI. The hubs collaborate to recommend policy reforms that promote public health, economic recovery, and environmental sustainability as the world emerges from the pandemic.
PHSSR is an initiative under the World Economic Forum (WEF) to ensure that health systems withstand future crises. In collaboration with the London School of Economics and Politics, AstraZeneca, KPMG, Philips, and WHO Foundation, CAPRI is expanding PHSSR’s Asia-Pacific presence by leading local research teams to assess national and regional health systems.
The Miller Center of Public Affairs conducts research, hosts events, and publishes insights on issues in US and foreign policy, economics, and governance. CAPRI will contribute to the Miller Center’s Health Care Policy Initiative and other governance programs that will connect CAPRI’s work in Asia with global audiences.
The Brookings Institution is the world’s leading independent policy think tank. CAPRI has teamed up with Brookings on its Democracy in Asia project, researching how how Asian countries address public health challenges through acquiring and using data while protecting privacy.