South Africa

Essential

Their perseverance has paid off: In the midst of the pandemic, community health workers have won a major victory in their fight for recognition and rights. By Usche Merk Read more

Moria Complex

A policy of externalisation

The camp and disenfranchisement system has taken on a new quality. A balance sheet following 5 years of the "EU-Turkey deal". By Maximilian Pichl Read more

Corona

A dictate of reason

Health activists on the topic of patent protection and global ways out of the pandemic. By Julian Toewe. Read more

Open letter

This is not Disneyland

Refugees from Moria once again address the European public in the face of rising Corona numbers in the camp. Read more

Coronavirus

"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. Read more

Patents

Now or never

Those who don’t want to talk about restrictions to the patent system should not speak of global solidarity. A year in the grip of a pandemic has brought the fractures in the world into sharp relief - and called us to action. By Anne Jung Read more

Labour rights rights in South Asia

It is a start

The lockdowns have highlighted once again who the weakest link is in global value chains. By Thomas Rudhof-Seibert Read more

South Africa

Strong voice

South African health activist Lydia Cairncross spoke about the Covid-19 situation and counterstrategies at the Poverty and Health conference. By Vicky Lessing. Read more

Global Feminisms

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. Read more

Zimbabwe

“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. Read more

South Africa

Essential

Their perseverance has paid off: In the midst of the pandemic, community health workers have won a major victory in their fight for recognition and rights. By Usche Merk Read more

Patents

Now or never

Those who don’t want to talk about restrictions to the patent system should not speak of global solidarity. A year in the grip of a pandemic has brought the fractures in the world into sharp relief - and called us to action. By Anne Jung Read more

Moria Complex

A policy of externalisation

The camp and disenfranchisement system has taken on a new quality. A balance sheet following 5 years of the "EU-Turkey deal". By Maximilian Pichl Read more

Labour rights rights in South Asia

It is a start

The lockdowns have highlighted once again who the weakest link is in global value chains. By Thomas Rudhof-Seibert Read more

Corona

A dictate of reason

Health activists on the topic of patent protection and global ways out of the pandemic. By Julian Toewe. Read more

South Africa

Strong voice

South African health activist Lydia Cairncross spoke about the Covid-19 situation and counterstrategies at the Poverty and Health conference. By Vicky Lessing. Read more

Open letter

This is not Disneyland

Refugees from Moria once again address the European public in the face of rising Corona numbers in the camp. Read more

Global Feminisms

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. Read more

Coronavirus

"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. Read more

Zimbabwe

“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. Read more