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.
Tennis Court Oath of the 21. Century
If, with the crisis as an argument, human rights are once again put on the back burner - what do we do to counter this? By Thomas Seibert
Civil Society Statement
Time to rally behind the World Health Organization
This is the time to insist on multilateralism, solidarity, and science based health policy making at global and national level.
Crisis aid from below
For years, volunteers have been providing medical care to South Africa's poor districts. Corona threatens to escalate the situation there. By Anne Jung and Usche Merk
Refugees Welcome! Don’t Shoot!
While Europe is taking strict measures against corona, Greece cannot guarantee medical care for the refugees.
The Corona Virus Epidemic in the Global South. By Andreas Wulf
A coalition to “shield” migrants and refugees against violence at the borders
We will hold Greece and the EU accountable for the violations of the rights of migrants and refugees fleeing Turkey.
The end of globalisation
Isolation, sealing and surveillance can’t stop a virus. Listening to experiences in Public Health could. By Dr. Andreas Wulf
By Dr. Andreas Wulf.
On the Definition of Antisemitism
medico international and the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung commissioned Peter Ullrich to write an expert opinion on the “Working Definition of Anti-Semitism”.
The Lust for the Plague
If only one "new" virus triggers an alarm at a time, the scandal of the thousands of avoidable victims of measles or tuberculosis becomes smaller and smaller. By Dr. Andreas Wulf
"They Act with Impunity Here"
Land rights and civil resistance in the face of settler violence, progressive expropriation and the conditions of a captive market in the occupied West Bank. By Mariam Puvogel