Tag: global health

Politics

The Balkans suffer from what could be best described as the paradox of insufficient instability. The moment of Europe’s expansion throughout the world and the projection of a model of the liberal state that would lead to modernity,… Read More

Climate

Sleep deprivation is a massive thing. It’s difficult to sleep when it’s hot and even more when it’s humid. Women and children, climate change, social structures and power relations.  Is het veroorzaken van klimaatverandering een onrechtmatige daad? Iets doen… Read More

Opportunity

Helping Generation Z find jobs, making the process more fair than it was for their parents. Tips and the tools are literally at your fingertips. Today is a time of incredible risk, and taking the path of least… Read More

Soevereiniteit

How the predominant ideology of our time survived the pandemic. Neoliberalism died of Covid-19. Long live neoliberalism. While in the early stages of the pandemic optimistic voices believed the threat of the virus would have an equalizing effect… Read More

Pathology

Sharing of pathogen samples and associated data such as genetic sequences and epidemiological information are critical for effective public health response. Both globally and locally. I think this entire idea of pathogen sharing is based on power dynamics…. Read More

Africa

China will work with African countries on nine projects. A 2035 vision for cooperation. It will provide Africa with another 1 billion doses of Covid-19 vaccine. Will our vaccines for Covid-19 work against Covid-21? The good news is… Read More

Mental Health

Caring for people with mental illnesses. The endless cycle of caregiving takes its toll. Both physically and emotionally. The Call of Duty, Relief and relentless guilt. During this pandemic, there’s so much loses, so much grief, anxiety and… Read More

Vaccine

People will be likely to need to have annual Covid-19 vaccinations for many years to come. About resistance, double-vaccinated, variants, omicron, protection, booster shots and timeline. Strong confidence in Covid-19 vaccines leads to more adults and children getting… Read More

History

The anti-vaxxer want recognition. Even if it means risking their life. Mandatory vaccinations have been with us for centuries, quietly saving lives. Seasonal festivals may be a pale echo of older patterns of seasonal variation. Fostering political self-consciousness… Read More

Ethiek

Empathy contributes to positive relationships and organizational cultures and it also drives results. Covax’s shortcomings: its lack of transparency and its incapacity to deliver on its promises. The future of the public-private partnership model may be in the balance. COVAX… Read More

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