Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionA proper ‘pandemic treaty’ would value universal access over profit
OPINION: The WHO’s draft treaty being debated in Geneva does not tackle the power imbalance in global health
Published in: Home: OpinionVaccinate the world
If we believe in democracy, economic success or basic survival, the world’s media must send the message loud and clear
Published in: Home: OpinionVaccine apartheid is prolonging COVID – not vaccine hesitancy
There’s a colonial tendency to portray people in Africa as anti-science and averse to progress, when the real...
Published in: North Africa, West Asia: FeatureIn search of a COVID-19 vaccine in Yemen
Conspiracy theories, misinformation and Houthi refusals to vaccinate people in areas under their control mean that...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?: OpinionHow battling France’s COVID pass led the Left to embolden the far Right
Instead of focusing on changes that would ease pandemic suffering, left-wing groups have joined hysterical protests...
Published in: democraciaAbierta: FeatureMisreported deaths, slow vaccination and presidential lies: Venezuela’s COVID crisis
The South American country’s fight against coronavirus has been limited by the missteps of an authoritarian regime
Published in: democraciaAbierta: OpinionThe West must start treating vaccines as a global public good – before it’s too late
As NGOs, UN agencies and the governments of less affluent states call for the suspension of patents, the stakes...
Published in: democraciaAbierta: OpinionWhat’s behind the proclaimed success of Chile’s vaccination strategy?
The country has vaccinated nearly a quarter of its population – but there are still questions to be answered
Published in: ourNHS: OpinionNo secret COVID-19 deals with big pharma, demands trial volunteer
Details of crucial vaccine trials should be made public, and guarantee no profiteering in future. Current...