The Global Commission on Evidence to Address Societal Challenges, or the Global Evidence Commission, is only possible thanks to many dedicated volunteers and staff. They include:
The Global Evidence Commission Implementation Council, which serves as a vehicle for promoting, contributing to and/or leading efforts to implement the Global Evidence Commission’s 24 recommendations and three implementation priorities. The implementation council includes many partners from the COVID-19 Evidence Network to support Decision-making (COVID-END) that spurred the creation of and supported the work of the Global Evidence Commission.
The 25 Commissioners
, who brought their diverse points of view to create a report that speaks to the many different types of people who make or can influence decisions about whether and how evidence is used to address societal challenges. The formal role of Commissioners took place between June 2021 and January 2022, ending with the release of the report.
, based in Canada and housed at the McMaster Health Forum, which is known for its agility, collaborative spirit, and impact orientation.