Covid-19

Covid-19: a frightening future looms

Today’s model of human society with its highly destructive relationship with nature is placing our own continued existence directly at risk

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13th November 2020 // 1 Comment

Covid-19: the tip of a deadly iceberg

Preventing this threat involves not just a vaccine but a fundamental change in the relationship between human beings and nature.

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30th October 2020 // 0 Comments

Sympathy won’t win us better conditions

The struggle against coronavirus is a struggle against the chronic undervaluing of workers in the care sector, both materially and symbolically. Emotional labor has never had the value attached to it that it should have. The jobs that women have traditionally undertaken have not had their importance recognized.

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12th June 2020 // 1 Comment

The Covid 19 crisis threatens the lives of millions, accelerates geopolitical transformation and kindles the flame of social upheaval

It will be impossible to return to the so-called normal state before the Covid-19 crisis – which was a capitalist “normality” that threatened the future of humanity and the planet. It is urgent to change to a new society based on social needs, organized by and for the working classes with public ownership of banks and the main means of production. That is why a radical socio-ecological transformational perspective is necessary.

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11th June 2020 // 0 Comments

Global protests offer hope in time of fear

In the United States Black Lives Matter has severely damaged Trump. The movement made the connection between the racism of American society and the staggeringly disproportionate death toll of Black Americans in the pandemic.

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9th June 2020 // 1 Comment

Covid-19 changes everything

Viruses such as Covid 19 represent a direct threat to the future of life on the planet – human life in particular – on a par with the other threats such as global warming, the pollution and acidification of the oceans, the mass extinction of species, and fresh water depletion.

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8th June 2020 // 5 Comments

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