The coronavirus has definitely exposed several forms of intolerance and deep phobia toward non-heteronormativity and Queer perspectives and practices.
A host of cultural and institutional factors has created an environment of complacency and lack of compliance.…
In our next article for our special issue, read about the "#Covid19 Responses of Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (#MSMEs) in #India." (1/n)
Read here. 👇
At A-id, we resonate with the #importance, #protection, and #restoration of the #environment.
Head to our website @ http://A-id.org to know more about our work on climate justice, clean and equitable energy, sustainability and so much more.
"Apart from the illness itself, the #isolation, #lockdown, #illness, and #death of a parent or parents has increased the vulnerability of the children making them more #susceptible to harm".
Read "Children & the pandemic"
"Many individuals identifying as #lesbian, #bisexual, or #transmasculine are struggling to find a safe #shelter, food & source of #income due to the pandemic.
#Kolika.M writes on the crisis of being #Queer during #COVID19 for our special issue
Read more http://a-id.peek.link/23Ec
We are ecstatic to launch our new special issue "A Progressive Standpoint on #COVID19".
There is something for everyone to read; economics, health, politics, identity & so much more.
Head on to our website to read our other issues and our work @ http://A-id.org (1/n)
In episode #8 of the A-id podcast, Mollie Gerver, political philosopher and author of ‘The Ethics and Practice of Refugee Repatriation,” joined us to discuss her book based and her empirical fieldwork in countries including South Sudan, Uganda, and Thailand.
To start the episode off, Mollie explains to us when and what causes refugees to be detained, before moving on to discuss the EU and its immigration and asylum policy. Moving on, Mollie then tells us about refugee repatriation and some of the ethical conflicts that this raises.
ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT
MIGRATION AND REFUGEES
ECONOMICS, FINANCE AND AID