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Who gets the Covid vaccine?

Covid-19 vaccines are the world’s great hope but it is not easy for everyone to get a jab. Vaccine nationalism,the power of big business, and wealth inequality are a few of the problems.

This issue asks for fair, global access to vaccination for everyone.

From this issue:

First read this about all the problems - and solutions - with vaccine equality:

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What do you know about the history of vaccines? Has it all been positive news? Or did many terrible things happen?:

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Vaccines are good but are they stopping us from looking at more important problems?

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Now read about how scientists are working together across the world:

We need women around the table to discuss peace:

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Many people in rural India do not know about the Right To Information Act. KM Bhai has a tea stall and he is helping his customers to find information from the government as they drink their tea.

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‘Meal-finishers’ is the everyday word for groups of hungry, often jobless young men on Zambia streets.

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How can we protect the forests of the world?:

READY LESSONS FROM THIS ISSUE: