Social Justice
Is Israel practicing vaccine leadership or medical apartheid?

Beyond the headlines celebrating Israel’s vaccination rates, lies a story about health inequality with Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza bearing the brunt

How the privatization of medicine in India is accelerating its COVID-19 death toll

The COVID-19 crisis was an opportunity for the public systems to recapture their rightful position as the predominant health care providers in the country. But the public systems were unprepared for the task

Victims of nuclear bomb tests on US soil 75 years ago continue to seek justice

Before the United States dropped atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, it conducted tests that have caused serious health issues to generations of New Mexico residents—who remain uncompensated

Belarus Elections Belarus elections may mark a key moment in European geopolitics

Five-time president Alexander Lukashenko is likely to win due to the lack of strong opposition candidates but the possibility of major protests remains. The country is a key part of both Russian and western strategies in the region

Shack dwellers South Africa Covid Disease is political! Social justice movements in South Africa call for moratorium on evictions

Shack-dwellers movement Abahlali baseMjondolo, along with 26 other social justice organizations, has called for a moratorium against evictions and the stoppage of water and electricity supply to self-laid connections in settlements in South Africa

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