Interviews

18.06.2021

Climate Crisis Can Lead to Improved Social Cooperation and Economy

Climate Crisis Can Lead to Improved Social Cooperation and Economy

A new study on the effects of climate crises in ancient Mesopotamia found increased cooperation and a more widespread distribution of power. By April M. Short The going assumption is that the impacts of climate disasters on institutions and economics will be negative. However, this is not always the case. »

18.06.2021

Face 2 Face with Payal Mehta

Face 2 Face with Payal Mehta

LIVE SHOW – Friday, June 18 at 11 AM On this show we speak with Payal Mehta, volunteer at the Community Solidarity – Food is a right.  An all volunteer organization that rescues and distributes food to those marginalized and the many forgotten in overburdened systems that don’t always function the… »

17.06.2021

Pilar Serrano: Traditional Chinese medicine helps with post-covid19 symptoms

Pilar Serrano: Traditional Chinese medicine helps with post-covid19 symptoms

In Cordoba, Spain, Pilar Serrano uses Traditional Chinese Medicine to treat people with various illnesses or physical ailments. For example, people diagnosed with cancer or people with degenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Multiple Sclerosis come to her clinic. Covid-19 has burst into their practice,… »

03.06.2021

Debate Over the Release of Patents on Anticovid Vaccines by Marianella Kloka

Debate Over the Release of Patents on Anticovid Vaccines by Marianella Kloka

The debate on the patent release of COVID19 vaccines is open and has intensified in the context of the WHO Assembly, which is taking place these days. Marianella Kloka, from Pressenza’s Greek desk, which has been following this issue closely, is here to talk to us about it. »

02.06.2021

María de Quesada: “Journalists should be agents of suicide prevention”

María de Quesada: “Journalists should be agents of suicide prevention”

By Diego Villagraz, thanatologist and social worker. María de Quesada, journalist and head of the project “The yellow girl. Suicide narratives from love”. REHUNO: How did this project start? María de Quesada: The project emerges from my own personal experience, I tried to commit suicide at the age of 15. »

01.06.2021

Special Face 2 Face with Rosa Lager and Amer Filali

Special Face 2 Face with Rosa Lager and Amer Filali

On this show we are speaking with Rosa and Amer from Combatants for Peace, a volunteer organization of ex-combatant Israelis and Palestinians, men and women, who have laid down their weapons and rejected all means of violence. They are working together to end the occupation of Palestine, bring just peace to the land,… »

26.05.2021

The current situation is that Israel is practically back to the new normal, but Palestine is worse than ever, with its hospitals at 100%.

The current situation is that Israel is practically back to the new normal, but Palestine is worse than ever, with its hospitals at 100%.

Rafael Palomino, representative of the Spanish NGO Asamblea de Cooperación por la Paz. Rafael, welcome to 4 Elements. Let’s start by knowing the dimension of the new escalation of violence in the conflict between Palestine and Israel; explain to us why you want to be very precise in saying that… »

26.05.2021

74th World Health Assembly: “The Future of the Species is at Stake”

74th World Health Assembly: “The Future of the Species is at Stake”

This was one of the statements which Dr. Carlos Ferreyra, Argentinian medical epidemiologist and climate activist, made in an interview which he gave to Pressenza on the occasion of the 74th World Health Assembly, and as promoter of the 1st Citizens’ Assembly for Global Health, which will begin on 26… »

25.05.2021

Dimitris Papadimoulis: World’s Poorest Unvaccinated Can Pose Global Reinfection Threat

Dimitris Papadimoulis: World’s Poorest Unvaccinated Can Pose Global Reinfection Threat

In the context of a series of interviews for Pressenza agency with MEPs from the European parties who vote in the European Parliament for the abolition of patents for vaccines, pharmaceuticals, and diagnostics related to the pandemic, we discuss with Dimitris Papirodimoulis, member of the Euro-left group [GUE / NGL]… »

23.05.2021

Interview with Manon Aubry: “Global health cannot be considered as a market”

Interview with Manon Aubry: “Global health cannot be considered as a market”

The European Parliament approved by 293 votes to 284 an amendment in which “the EU is invited to support the initiative presented by India and South Africa at the World Trade Organisation, which calls for a temporary suspension of intellectual property rights on vaccines, equipment and therapies to combat COVID-19. »

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