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13.06.2021

COVID-19 pandemic spurs multi-headed problems – An interview with Caroline Audoir de Valter of Hope for the Children Foundation

COVID-19 pandemic spurs multi-headed problems – An interview with Caroline Audoir de Valter of Hope for the Children Foundation

INTERVIEW         by Perfecto Caparas In this Pressenza interview, Caroline Audoir de Valter, founder and CEO of Hope for the Children Foundation, discusses how her NGO has been responding to the COVID-19 devastation that grips the people of Pune, India. She narrates how the pandemic has been… »

01.05.2021

Europe’s Economy Shrinks in First Quarter, Germany Takes a Hit

Europe’s Economy Shrinks in First Quarter, Germany Takes a Hit

Figures announced Thursday showed the US economy grew 1.6% during the first quarter. Europe’s economy shrank 0.6% in the first three months of the year as slow vaccine rollouts and extended lockdowns delayed a hoped-for recovery – and underlined how the region is lagging other major economies in rebounding from… »

18.04.2021

Universalist Humanism and the Pandemic

Universalist Humanism and the Pandemic

The aim of this presentation is not to analyse the causes of, the responsibilities for, nor viable solutions to the pandemic. Considering that the COVID-19 situation has aggravated the instability of both institutional systems and individuals worldwide, I shall begin by acknowledging that it is precisely such moments of instability… »

29.03.2021

Bill Gates’ Global Agenda and How We Can Resist His War on Life

Bill Gates’ Global Agenda and How We Can Resist His War on Life

In March 2015, Bill Gates showed an image of the coronavirus during a TED Talk and told the audience that it was what the greatest catastrophe of our time would look like. The real threat to life, he said, is ‘not missiles, but microbes.’… »

24.01.2021

As Death Toll Tops 410,000, Biden Pushes “Wartime Effort” to Fight COVID. But Could More Be Done?

As Death Toll Tops 410,000, Biden Pushes “Wartime Effort” to Fight COVID. But Could More Be Done?

On his first full day in office, President Joe Biden unveiled a 198-page national plan to tackle the coronavirus pandemic as the U.S. death toll tops 410,000. He signed 10 executive orders to create a new national COVID-19 testing board, to help schools reopen, to mandate international travelers to quarantine… »

16.01.2021

Color, COVID and the Coup

Color, COVID and the Coup

President Donald Trump’s second impeachment was swift and decisive, just one week after he incited a violent white supremacist mob attack on the U.S. Capitol that left five dead, including a Capitol Police officer. Accounts of the insurrection from several elected Congresswomen of color capture the chaos of the moment,… »

12.01.2021

Review: As Coronavirus Rise Past Three million, Africa Still Hopes for Vaccine

Review: As Coronavirus Rise Past Three million, Africa Still Hopes for Vaccine

By Kester Kenn Klomegah With its large population and fragile health systems, Africa has recorded more than three million Covid-19 cases, still less deadly as compared to other regions in the world, according to the Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC). According to Africa CDC, Africa’s coronavirus… »

20.12.2020

Foreign and Domestic Policies, Coronavirus and Tourism Development Feature at Putin’s End-of-Year Media Conference

Foreign and Domestic Policies, Coronavirus and Tourism Development Feature at Putin’s End-of-Year Media Conference

By Kester Kenn Klomegah In his wide-ranging annual media conference held Dec 17, Russian President Vladimir Putin expects the newly elected U.S. President Joe Biden and his administration to build back better relations with Russia and further to cooperate in resolving a number of pressing regional problems around the world. »

09.12.2020

72nd Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

72nd Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

December 10, 2020 is the 72nd anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The document is a powerful, and hopeful, testimony to the belief that all people on our planet should have access to fundamental human rights, including protection under the law, freedom… »

04.12.2020

U.N. Secretary-General Warns Impact of Pandemic May Last for Decades

U.N. Secretary-General Warns Impact of Pandemic May Last for Decades

At the United Nations, Secretary-General António Guterres warned Thursday the world could be suffering negative effects from the pandemic for decades to come. Secretary-General António Guterres: “Let’s not fool ourselves. A vaccine cannot undo damage that will stretch across years, even decades, to come. Extreme poverty is rising. The threat… »

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