A debate continues to rage about whether the brain damage due to COVID-19 in some patients is because of the attack of the virus, or due to an immune response
Activists of the People’s Health Movement talk about the World Health Assembly that begins today, the key issues that will come up for discussion, and the collapse of the global governance system in the realm of public health
In the early weeks when the virus emerged in Wuhan, the Chinese government neither suppressed evidence nor did their warning systems fail.
Dr. Yogesh Jain of Jan Swasthya Sahyog talks about the impact of the lockdown over the past week and the issues faced by health care workers in India. He also talks about quarantine strategies that the government must adopt as COVID-19 cases steadily rise.
The Palestinian territory has been under a debilitating blockade since 2006, imposed by both Israel and Egypt.
Guards at the La Modelo prison in Bogotá attacked inmates while they were mobilizing to demand that the government declare a carceral emergency over lack of hygienic conditions in light of the COVID-19 outbreak
Vijay Prashad and Manuel Bertoldi discuss the pressing need for states to take humanitarian measures in the wake of the global COVID-19 pandemic and crisis
Leftist organizations and trade unions have been calling for greater protections for the most vulnerable in the face of COVID-19 pandemic
We look at global responses from the left and progressive organisations to the social issues that are arising from this pandemic.
Ahdaf’s sister Laila Souief, activist Mona Seif and political science teacher Rabab El-Mahdi were the three others arrested for participating in the protest, demanding prison authorities in Egypt take serious steps to prevent the possible spread of Coronavirus and protect jail inmates.
Ambassadors of 13 member states urged the Organisation of American States (OAS) to suspend the March 20 General Assembly, evoking a “clear case of force majeure”
More than 38 million people – 41% of the labor force – are unable to follow guidelines with no safety nets