Posts Tagged: virus

How to win it all and ruin everything: the Serbian elections and COVID-19

1.07.2020

A rise in COVID-19 cases after the Serbian elections is the result of the irresponsible and power-ridden politics of president Aleksandar Vučić.

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Europe’s Recovery Fund: An instrument of class war against weaker Europeans everywhere

29.06.2020

The Recovery Fund, seen against the backdrop of huge austerity, dispels any hope that the unremitting class war against Europe’s many will subside.

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What if the European common debt were an opportunity for workers to seize?

22.06.2020

The European Union is a political space where the financial elites are winning by strangling the workers and populations of Europe through austerity.

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French organisations support healthcare staff in calling for a demonstration on 16 June

18.06.2020

The World After Coronavirus can only be built when we rally behind an alternative to capitalism.

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SOS! European hospitals are struggling

2.06.2020

Healthcare workers have been warning us about increasing austerity cuts since before COVID-19. Governments must reinvest in public services.

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The Green New Deal for Europe can shield us from future pandemics

27.05.2020

The risk of triggering pandemics such as the current COVID-19 crisis increases exponentially as we ignore calls to address climate breakdown.

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Failure to deal with Dominic Cummings is a failure of British democracy

The case of Cummings and the shameless defence of him by all prominent ministers, has eroded much of the public faith in the PM and his government.

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Manchester’s Quarantined Music Scene: The Hazards of Precarious Employment

15.05.2020

Social distancing measures are necessary but will leave workers in the entertainment industry out of work for the foreseeable future.

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Greek Tragedy and the first days of COVID-19 in Sicily

13.05.2020

It is our inability to deal with the virus that is killing us. In quarantine, we must excavate faded ideals and re-establish what is truly important. 

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