GUIDE TO THIS MONTH'S ARTICLES - September / October 2020
It's difficult to find something good from Covid-19. But there are many important lessons for us to learn in most areas – equality, health, ecology, democracy, economics, surveillance, food security... Will we learn these lessons now?
These are the main lessons we should learn from coronavirus - will we learn?:
Hunger - how much do you know about it? try this quiz, discuss the answers, then check on the infographic:
Read about Brazil - police and Covid-19 both kill black and poor people more:
Rich countries have the money to find and buy new vaccines for Covid-19. And each country works for itself to help its people. Is there another way?
With Covid-19 many poor people were suddenly hungry. What is wrong with our food system?
While people are suffering during Covid-19, some industries are making more money.
We need to use data and to monitor people during Covid-19. But what are the risks?
What is life like for trans women in Honduras - in prison and out of prison?
Read about Rwanda’s only agony aunt for adolescent girls. She talks about how life prepared her for the job, the questions girls ask, and her belief in young people.
Why are so many children in Australia in prison?
Is organic food simply a preference? Or is it a human right? - read this interview:
We can now see the end of the big oil companies. This is good news but what is the bad news?
Perhaps we think Johannesburg in South Africa is only a concrete city. But it has a lot of trees and Yewande Omotoso’s flat is full of plants.
Maysoon Zayid is a US-Palestinian comedian. She is disabled. She talks about politics, race, Covod-19, and being a disabled performer
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