Archive for 2021

  • Maggio 19, 2021

    Children and...

    It is a difficult time for everyone, but it has been especially difficult for children.

  • Maggio 19, 2021

    The crisis...

    The coronavirus has definitely exposed several forms of intolerance and deep phobia toward non-heteronormativity and Queer perspectives and practices.

  • Maggio 19, 2021

    Land of...

    The COVID-19 pandemic has reminded me of the many truths- good, bad, and ugly- of my country’s past and present. One of them is that the notion of the United States as the land of the free and the home of the brave is an aspiration and call to action....

  • Maggio 19, 2021

    Covid-19 Responses...

    With the continued monetary and fiscal policy support along with other policy measures, the MSME sector has the potential to emerge as one of the crucial means of inclusive growth.   

  • Maggio 2, 2021

    Between nationalism...

    Chinese students’ restricted mobility during the Covid-19 pandemic exposes the double-layered pressure for international students’ mobility: cultural alienation and political marginalization.

  • Maggio 2, 2021

    Healthcare chauvinism...

    Even in these dire times, welfare chauvinism is a pervasive public opinion where a considerable share of native-born citizens would like to treat recent immigrants as second-class citizens when it comes to hospital treatment for acute COVID-19.

  • Marzo 17, 2021

    Energising Mexico:...

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  • Marzo 10, 2021

    The future...

    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.

  • Marzo 10, 2021

    Addressing the...

    The on-demand gig workers face traditional occupational hazards due to the nature of their work, mainly the risks due to road traffic—both from a rider or driver perspective. These risks are amplified by the use of A.I., in particular, by the rhythm imposed on them by the app.

  • Marzo 10, 2021

    Precarity as...

    Over the past decade, recession, austerity politics, and labour reforms in Spain have accelerated and intensified the precarisation of employment. A perspective that critically engages with the notion and the processes of ‘normalising precarity’ can be an interesting starting point for putting relevant questions regarding precarity and some of its...

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