Health

More African Countries Register Russia’s Sputnik Vaccine. What Next After The Registration Campaign?

Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) is a specialized technical institution of the African Union (AU) that strengthens the capacity and capability of Africa’s public health institutions as well as partnerships to detect and respond quickly and…

Locked in and neglected: more human rights violations in the Samos hotspot

With a new report, Still I Rise denounces the discrimination and mistreatment suffered by refugees and asylum seekers in Greece during the management of the COVID-19 emergency Throughout the pandemic, asylum seekers residing in the Samos hotspot were subjected to…

Art as a right and a health tool for children

There is one thing that is universal and that is art, because art can also be present in health (Italivi Elorza Velasco) By Karla Mijangos Fuentes This time at REHUNO we took a turn at the concept of health, and…

Covid-19 continues to kill journalists globally, visible improvement recorded in India

MEDIA     Geneva/Guwahati, 2 September 2021: The list of journalists dead from Covid-19 is still growing, where more than 1,754 media workers have succumbed to the novel coronavirus in 80 countries during the last 18 months, said the global…

Protectors of life 01- Dona Madalena: Ubatuba, Brazil

This series aims to tell the stories of women who play a role in health care and protection in the communities in which they live. Some of them had access to formal education and others learned through knowledge passed down…

Trump’s Favorite Pesticide Banned!

The Biden EPA has put a stop to the use of the pesticide chlorpyrifos on food crops, thereby reversing a decision by the Trump administration to allow it to continue to be sprayed on vegetables and fruit in spite of…

Prioritising health 02- Obvious (not so obvious) contradiction

“To affirm the equality of all people and to work for the overcoming of the simple formality of equal rights before the law, advancing towards a world of equal opportunities for all”. Silo, 2005 By Víctor Piccininni. We continue with…

Epidemics Can’t Be Stopped Without Trust

From Ebola to COVID-19, epidemics are fueled by fear and misinformation. Vaccines are refused; people protest unwanted public health measures; and in the chaos generated by traditional and social media, viruses keep spreading. So, how do we fix a global…

How the Global Drug War’s Victims Are Fighting Back

Despite significant advances made by governments around the world in humanizing drug control systems since the turn of the century, human rights abuses still seem to be taking place in the course of enforcing drug prohibitions in recent years and,…

PMPI Statement on the Commercial Propagation of Golden Rice

The Philippine Misereor Partnership Inc (PMPI) expresses its concern over the commercial propagation of the Genetically Modified (GM) crop in Golden Rice, as approved by the Department of Agriculture’s Bureau of Plant Industries (DA-BPI). The genetically modified Golden Rice is…

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