ROSARIO, Argentina – On Saturday, two of Pope Francis’ most trusted advisers participated in the latest edition of the World Meeting of Popular Movements, which has been supported by the Pope since the early days of his pontificate. The meeting brings together grassroots organizations from five continents working with the
Klaus Schwab By Bhabani Shankar Nayak * The pandemic has shaken up neoliberalism as an economic project of capitalism. The economic architecture of neoliberalism based on austerity, liberalization, privatization and globalization has failed to ensure the basic dignity of life in terms of basic health, education, home and security food.
The United States’ response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been a disaster compared to other countries. This is because our political system values economic production above all other considerations, including public health. Leaders from other countries, like New Zealand, have shown how to prioritize public health and have been politically
“We went from 0 to 60 in five seconds,” said Kim Guadagno, Managing Director and President of Fulfill. Hurricane Sandy in 2012 was devastating, she said, but it’s worse because “the need is widespread, with no end in sight.” Last year, before the pandemic, Feeding America, the country’s largest network
Shen fever is a fatal respiratory disease that disrupts the nervous system of its victims. Spread by fungal spores, the disease infects a person’s brain and effectively transforms them into harmless, slowly decomposing zombies. But don’t worry, it’s not real. Shen Fever is the coronavirus (COVID-19) of Breaking, a 2018
The political-economic structure of the United States, whose commerce and industry are controlled by private owners in search of more profit, does not have the nature of giving due attention to ordinary people in time, has writes an editor of an analytical website in an article, providing the coronavirus crisis
Today, a decade after the start of austerity, we are paying the price for this ideological crusade. Our health systems are critically under-resourced and our public institutions are ill-equipped to meet the challenges we face. Of course, it is welcome that governments are now loosening the purse strings to help
A pedestrian walks along the bank of the Thames with the City of London towers in the background in London on March 11, 2020. – Britain unleashed a “grand bazooka” of aggressive spending and stimulus on Wednesday monetary policy, assembling an emergency response to the spreading deadly coronavirus – and