COVID-19 has subjected the Central American population in irregular migratory conditions to renewed structures of discrimination.
A host of cultural and institutional factors has created an environment of complacency and lack of compliance. In which case, the third wave of the pandemic will be more tragic than anything we can conceive.
We argue for an understanding of the different challenges involved in conceptualising emerging labour realities, politically organising unwaged workers, regulating new forms of employment and thinking more holistically about working lives.
We should focus on questions regarding the democratic legitimacy and social benefit of these programs, to make sure they are well regulated and serve the public interest.
After all, the targets in SDG3 would carry greater weight, if patients didn’t have to rely on doctors or healthcare providers who are regulated by informal relationships guided by friendship or family or second opinions. The need for better health care compliance is a pressing and growing need.
Mobility involves much more than the simple movement from one point to another: it is the tool through which we build our everyday world.
How is climate change impacting coral reefs, and is the outlook for reefs significantly better if we achieve the targets set by the Paris Agreement?
With the shift from humanitarian-relief towards a more cooperative and empowerment-based development regime, refugees are also urged to be integrated into their host society.