The African continent’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has provided valuable lessons for the rest of the world in meeting this challenge.
The COVID-19 virus is not only attacking our physical health; it is also increasing psychological suffering.
In an opinion piece published in various newspapers around the world, UN Secretary-General António Guterres warns that the COVID-19 pandemic is not only challenging global health systems, but it also challenges our commitment to equality and human dignity. In this piece, the UN Chief emphasizes that women’s interests and rights should be front and centre to benefit everyone.
Only by coming together will the world be able to face down the Covid-19 pandemic and its shattering consequences.
People around the world are taking to the streets to protest against rising living costs and real or perceived injustice. They feel the economy is not working for them — and in some cases, they are right.