(Re)Construction of the World
Talking about the revolution, once again
Those who notice the world disrupting are called to (re-)construct it. On the use value of the conference to which we invite you. By Thomas Rudhof-Seibert
Subject or object of health
In search of strategies to cope with the pandemic. By Andreas Wulf.
Global Matrix of Coloniality
What you can learn from South African post- and neo-apartheid: A suggestion for a cosmopolitan insurgency from the ground up. Interview with Tshepo Madlingozi.
Protecting borders instead of refugees
After the fire at the Moria camp on the island of Lesbos: How Europe is flogging off the human rights that underpin it at the Greek EU border. By Ramona Lenz.
Afghanistan and Covid-19
Troubled today and an uncertain future
The country has almost nothing to counter the virus. A report by Jawad Zawulistani from the partner organization Afghanistan Human Rights and Democracy (AHRDO).
Covid 19 Vaccine
Privatisation beats Right to Health
A few rich countries have secured the lion's share of the most promising Covid 19 vaccines. However, Corona is only over when it is over for everyone. But European governments are undermining global cooperation to overcome the health crisis. By Anne Jung.
Dealing with Covid-19
Dr. Alex Awiti about the spread of Covid-19 on the African continent and the maturity of the societies encountered by the virus.
Corona measures and social consequences
A delicate balance
Rising food prices, the threat of hunger. There is growing concern about the socio-economic consequences of the corona virus pandemic in Kenya. Interview with Dan Owalla of the NGO Sodeca.