Protest meets pandemic
March 8 confirmed it once again: Feminism is a truly global movement. This also means that its differences should be understood. They are more visible than ever in the pandemic.
By Julia Manek.
"It's a pandemic of inequality"
Today marks the one-year anniversary of when the WHO declared the coronavirus a “pandemic”. We spoke with partners from the Global South about their experience, vaccine patents and the TRIPS waiver.
No patent protection on essential medicines and vaccines
The Covid-19 pandemic won't be over until it's over for everyone, say internationally working development and human rights organizations.
“We Cannot Work In Isolation”
LGBTIQ+ have been greatly affected by the pandemic. How we, as a community organization, still manage to continue supporting our people. By Michelle Ruhonde and Mayita Tamangani.
"You are jeopardizing the containment of Covid-19."
"Germany is obstructing and opposing the proposal to remove intellectual property monopolies so that production of COVID-19 medical products may be expanded and diversified globally", 200 organizations from the Global South claim.
When truth is a provocation
We are mourning the death of our friend and longstanding partner, activist, journalist, publisher and intellectual Lokman Slim. He was murdered on 3 February 2021.
A story of moral failure
The promise of a globally equitable pandemic response has not been delivered. By Andreas Wulf.
Role model Australia?
Assessing the centrality of border policies for the Covid responses in Australia means to discern the extent to which they might function in other parts of the world. By Brett Neilson.
Not strong enough, not loud enough
“If we fail as civil society on Covid-19 it will take us many decades to recover.” South African human rights activist Mark Heywood on the global health crisis and the need of activism from the ground.
(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